Acting in Faith: Evangelical Climate Advocacy Days

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Responding to the moral challenge of climate change presents an opportunity for Christians to love God and our neighbor more deeply, and an opportunity for the United States to lead the clean energy revolution already underway around the world.

Our Christian witness is more important than ever. Our leaders need to hear that, as evangelical Christians, we want them to take action on behalf of God's creation and on behalf of the poor and vulnerable around the world. That is why the Office of Social Justice is joining Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, Micah Challenge USA, and Climate Caretakers for the People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, April 29, followed by advocacy training on Sunday and legislative meetings on Monday.

Will you join us? More details here

If you're unable to join us, check out these additional ways to get involved: 

100 Days of Prayer and Action for the Climate: Letter to Congress

Our leaders need to hear that we want them to take action on behalf of God's creation and on behalf of the poor and vulnerable around the world. Sign the letter to our members of Congress here.

100 Days of Prayer and Action for the Climate: Share the Graphics!

Help us spread the word by sharing the 100 Days of Prayer for the Climate graphics on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Climate Caretakers on Facebook and Young Evangelicals for Climate Action on Twitter to view and share each day's prayer.

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If this persuades congress to enact more stringent clean energy standards it would also mean higher energy costs. from a social justice perspective wouldn't this be a hardship and added burden to the working poor and those on fixed incomes?  I think we should encourage stewardship of Gods creation but not mandate it through the government, as with all the commands in the Bible it should come from the heart not a law.

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