A Hopeful Earth Leader Guide: Faith, Science, and the Message of Jesus  -     By: Sally Bishop Dyck
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A Hopeful Earth Leader Guide: Faith, Science, and the Message of Jesus

Abingdon Press / 2010 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN: 1426710410
ISBN-13: 9781426710414
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Series: Hopeful Earth

Publisher's Description

A seven session leader guide to accompany the book A Hopeful Earth. (order # 9781426710377)

The environment is God's creation and Christians should be at the front of the crowd when it comes to taking care of it. Yet we find ourselves in a creation crisis.  
A Hopeful Earth draws together the Christian faith of Bishop Sally Dyck and the scientific world of her niece, Sarah Ehrman, to address this crisis. As these two dialogue, readers will find that these sometimes differing worldviews are both crucial to making lasting changes. They'll also discover how the church can reach out to the younger generation by joining them in the race to save the planet.  
A Hopeful Earth will bridge the gap between Jesus and the environment and guide readers in understanding that living as good stewards of God's creation is a significant component of what it means to follow Jesus. 

 

Author Bio

Sally Dyck is bishop of the Minnesota Conference of The United Methodist Church. She received theological training from Boston University School of Theology (M. Div., 1978), University of Geneva/World Council of Churches (graduate certificate, 1978), and United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio (D. Min., Black Church Studies, 1989). Her upbringing in a Mennonite home instilled in her the understanding that personal piety is inextricably woven to peace and justice advocacy. She has been married to the Rev. Kenneth Ehrman, a United Methodist elder, since 1976. The two have traveled the globe together by plane, bicycle, and on foot.

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