Earth Ministry Publications
Natural Saints: How People of Faith are Working to Save God's Earth
Natural Saints: How People of Faith are Working to Save God’s Earth shares stories and strategies of people of faith working to integrate the environment into their ministries. This book reveals how a focus on God’s earth transforms both people and congregations, creating more relevant and powerful ministries for today.
Earth Ministry's nationally acclaimed quarterly journal, Earth Letter, is a benefit of membership in Earth Ministry. In addition to articles from leading voices in the faith-based environmental movement, you can keep up on the latest Earth Ministry events.
A tool-kit for congregations seeking to integrate creation care into all aspects of their congregational life. This comprehensive guide is generally the first step to becoming a Greening Congregation.
Two religious study guides designed to accompany Ken Burns' "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" 12-hour portrait of our national parks. These guides encourage participants to explore God in nature and our covenant with the earth. This an effective tool for groups, and include 2 free "clips" DVDs with purchase.
A diversity of voices and a helpful four- to twelve-week study guide make this an effective tool for individuals and groups ready to consider alternatives to the high-price, high-stress "Good Life": the riches of simplicity and compassion.
A diversity of voices and a helpful study guide point to directions that both individuals and communities can take to bring about a healthier and more equitable world through the food we eat.
A timely collection, a diversity of voices and a community-building study guide encourage individuals and groups to consider issues of happiness and trust, investments and retirement, equity and ecology, and scarcity and abundance.
An interfaith study guide on global warming. Features theological and spiritual reflections, an overview of the scientific consensus, a spectrum of interfaith voices, action steps, and a bibliography for further study.
Earth Ministry's three-part Caring for All Creation curriculum encourages individuals and communities of faith to live in loving community with all of God's creation, in specific aspects of our lives. There are three modules: On the Road, At the Table, and By the Waters. (In the Home has been discontinued.)