The Latest from EEN:
Special Call on the Impact of Toxics on the Unborn Child
Join us Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 2:30pm ET for a special call with Dr. Philip Landrigan, Dean for Global Health at Mt. Sinai Hospital. He’ll be giving us a briefing on why the unborn developing child is especially at risk for toxic exposure. Check out this op-ed for a bit of background on how EEN is connected this with our work on toxics reform before Congress and this link for a bio on Dr. Landrigan. PLEASE RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to make the call.
Welcome to the home page of the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN), a ministry dedicated to the care of God’s creation. EEN seeks to equip, inspire, disciple, and mobilize God’s people in their effort to care for God’s creation. We believe that creation care is truly a matter of life and that pollution harms the vulnerable, especially children and the unborn. We believe the body of Christ should be an example by their work and integrity of what God’s people can do in the world to solve some of the great challenges of our time.
Founded in 1993, our ministry is grounded in the Bible’s teaching on the responsibility of God’s people to “tend the garden” through a faithful walk with our Lord Jesus Christ. EEN supports a network of champions who are engaged in creation-care through the church and through their vocational work. EEN publishes and develops material for churches, ministries, families, and individuals to use as they seek to know the Lord more fully, especially his care for all that he has made.
We hope that you will use our ministry as a resource as you seek to faithfully follow God’s call to care for His creation in your home, family, church life, and vocation. We hope you’ll consider becoming a creation-care champion. On the site you will find ways to get started, ways to connect with others, bible study resources, our interactive blog, and programs/initiatives which cover a wide range of creation care topics.
If you’d like to learn more about our work, consider joining our supporters e-mail lists by clicking here. If you and your church are interested on what they can do to be a light to a world in need contact us directly by clicking here.
The EEN Staff