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For many, the release of a new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change may have been cause to seek what I call climate therapy—anything that might brace one’s spirits in the face of climate realities that are known to induce an array of

The earth is the LORD’s and all that is in it,

                        the world, and those who live in it; (Psalm 24:1)

Bonjour!

Salaam!

Habari, bwana! Habari, bibi!

Annyong!

Buenos días!

Malo e tau ma'u 'a e 'aho' ni!

A Majority of Americans Would Vote For A Climate Candidate

At the Presbyterian Hunger Program, this time of the year usually finds our attentions turned towards World

The midterm elections are just around the corner, and many Americans are beginning to have political discussions with their friends and families, colleagues, and communities. Amongst a myriad of voting concerns is climate change.

This election season has been filled with reports showing the widening partisan divide in America.

Are you looking for a way to continue the work you start in the Season of Creation?

Last month, United Methodists from across our church gathered in St.

As my daughters begin school this week, I find myself in a state of agonized worry. It is not about how both will fare as a result of switching schools. It is not about whether they will make friends or have nice teachers.