The Bible provides a direct mandate to be caretakers of the garden (Gen 2 v.15).
While creation still belongs to God, he has graciously entrusted it to our care and
stewardship. This was our first calling, recorded early on in Genesis 1 and 2, and we
remain God's caretakers over all creation today.
RECOMMENDED RESOURCES:

Tending to Eden, by Scott Sabin
amazon.com/Tending-Eden-Environmental-Stewardship-People/dp/0817015728

Serve God, Save the Planet, by Matthew Sleeth
amazon.com/Serve-God-Save-Planet-Christian/dp/0310275342

Saving God's Green Earth: Rediscovering the Church's Responsibility to Environmental Stewardship, by Tri Robinson
amazon.com/Saving-Gods-Green-Earth-Responsibility/dp/0974882585

Earthwise: A Guide to Hopeful Creation Care, by Calvin DeWitt
amazon.com/Earthwise-Guide-Hopeful-Creation-Care/dp/1592556728

Green Like God: Unlocking the Divine Plan for our Planet, by Jonathan Merritt
amazon.com/Green-Like-God-Unlocking-Divine/dp/B0057DC6IE

True North: Christ, the Gospel, and Creation Care, by Mark Liederbach
amazon.com/True-North-Christ-Gospel-Creation/dp/1433676885

Our Father's World: Mobilizing the Church to Care for Creation, by Edward R. Brown
amazon.com/Our-Fathers-World-Mobilizing-Creation/dp/0830834842

Evangelical Environmental Network
creationcare.org/

Renewal
renewingcreation.org/

Creation Care Study Program
creationcsp.org/

Restoring Eden
restoringeden.org/

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