Make the Path to Positive Commitment

By Kelly Crowther

One of the first key steps you can take to lead on climate change in your congregation is to make the Path to Positive Commitment. Before making the commitment, many leaders choose to first build internal support to ensure a successful rollout of creation care priorities in their organization. Blessed Tomorrow offers a number of resources to help you in the “Get Started” step.

By signing the commitment, you will become a member of the Blessed Tomorrow coalition of leaders who, like you, are ready to answer the call of creation stewardship. Membership is free and easy and you’ll receive the resources, tools, ideas, and network of support needed to make your commitment a reality.

Making the Path to Positive Commitment is a way for you to lead on climate in two crucial areas: reducing your impact on God’s creation and inspiring others to do the same in their own lives.

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