10 October, 2020
Saturday 11:00 am - Saturday 1:00 pm

About the event

An online event exploring the place of caring for God’s creation as we proclaim his message of salvation.

God’s redeeming plan extends to the whole of creation and we as his children have the mandate to steward his creation. We can’t deny that Romans 8:19 is true, now more than ever: “For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the sons of God”

The event is free but to register and receive the Zoom link, please contact Angelo: angelo.lebrato@omfmail.com

Speakers

Rachie Ross – Operation Noah

Rachie Ross is a passionate speaker and theologian working with Operation Noah, a Christian charity working with the Church to inspire action on climate change.

Revd. Dr. David Bookless – A Rocha

Dave is a member of the A Rocha International Management Team and leads on working to embed creation care into global and international Christian organizations, theological institutions, and mission movements. He was born and raised in India and has a love for Indian food, Indian culture and Indian Christianity. He, his wife Anne, and their family live in multi-cultural Southall, London, where he is part-time Vicar of a multi-racial church, St Mary’s Norwood Green.

Rev. Mitchell C. Hescox – The Evangelical Environmental Network

Michael is president of The Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN). He guides a team representing over 4 million pro-life Christians who understand climate change has the greatest moral challenge of our time and the greatest opportunity for hope in building sustainable prosperity for all. For more information, see http://creationcare.org, http://christiansandclimate.org

David Gould – OMF International

David is OMF International Facilitator for Creation Care. For many years David was a partner of an architectural practice in the UK. He studied environmental science at London University and ever since has had a concern for different aspects of environmental sustainability.

From 2002 to 2014 David and his wife Ruth worked with OMF International in Singapore. During that time David was invited to develop a role to explore the growing environmental challenges, their impacts on the peoples of East Asia, and appropriate missional responses, in support of OMF’s vision. David continues this international role from his base in UK, and writes and speaks in a number of countries on creation care integral mission. You can read David’s latest article here.

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