Just Living : faith and community in an age of consumerism by Ruth Valerio

This new book looks at the connection that can be made between how we live our lives, the culture we live in, our Christian faith and the broader issues of this world.

She says “living a connected life need not be onerous and burdensome, nor lead to a life of deprivation. What i have discovered is that joining the dots can be a lot of fun and can take you on an adventure you never imagined you would have. Yes it may lead to a life where you say ‘no’ to some things, but it also leads to a life where you say ‘yes’ to a whole lot more!”

Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton

 

Planetwise By Dave Bookless

Dave is on a mission to share with others the compelling biblical case for caring for the planet God made for his glory and his peoples enjoyment. This is not a book on green issues to make you feel guilty. There is hope. God can take your small and insignificant efforts and multiply them in his great plan. Besides honouring him, living simply can be an exciting adventure.

Publisher: IVP

Available in the Church Library

 

Renewing the face of the earth By David Atkinson

In a clear accessible style, this explores the spiritual questions being raised by the causes and effects of our changing climate, questions about;

  • Human life and destiny
  • Our relationship to the planet and to each other
  • Justice and equality
  • The place of technology

Publisher: Canterbury Press

Available in the Church Library

 

The care of creation – focusing concern and action Edited by R. J. Berry

God intends our care of the creation to reflect our love for the creator” from the foreword by John Stott

For the theologians and scientists who are contributors of this book, the care of creation is crucial to human survival and a supreme test of the reality of the Christian faith.

Publisher: IVP

Available in the Church Library