In Blantyre, Malawi, the rain is becoming less reliable. “We used to plant our crops in October,” said Brethren in Christ Bishop and Pastor Francis Kamoto. “Normally we have rain in three months, but you cannot predict it anymore. This year, we planted our crops in January.”
Creation Justice Ministries and CSCS are teaming up to host a retreat for faith leaders titled ‘Pastoral Care for Climate’ at the Duke University Marine Lab from June 13th-15th.
Pastors and other church leaders are unique in bringing together social, emotional and spiritual roles. The training helps empower pastors and other leaders to effectively engage science, broaden climate action in a congregation or ministry setting, and move people from denial and inaction to congregational action and political advocacy.
Anabaptist Organizations Collaborate on Climate Change Leadership from 18 Anabaptist organizations in the United States and Canada convened at the Anabaptist Collaboration on Climate Change…