Care of Creation is a Christ-centered response to environmental challenges facing our world today. You may have a lot of reasons for wanting to do something about the environment. All have witnessed the destruction of wildlife and landscape and are concerned about our health and wholeness and how it will be impacted for generations to come. We desire a beautiful world as God intended – a world of beauty to live and play in. God created this world, and placed us in it to care for it.
Research and conservation go hand-in-hand. When it comes to sea turtles, Dr. Stephen G. Dunbar, biologist at Loma Linda University knows firsthand the importance of both. Dr. Dunbar’s community-based conservation efforts and sea turtle adoption programs extend the conservation of wildlife effort by impacting entire communities.
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Theology and environmental efforts go hand in hand. Explore the ways in which the Bible, vegetarianism and environmental issues interact. >> Click here to Explore >>