Humanity is made in the image of God, meaning we are his reflection and his representation on this earth. It also means that we have been given a responsibility. In Genesis 1, God saw that his creation was “very good,” then passes the baton to humanity to steward it on his behalf. What does that really mean, and what are the implications for our life today? That’s what we will explore in this Life Together segment.
|1/8||Does Matter Matter? I did not record my teaching on 1/8, but most of the material was from my sermon on 6/16/19. Please go there if you are interested.||Slides|
|1/15||Making Peace with Creation: We began watching this Regent College video. This film is now free at that link so feel free to go there to watch it. In this week’s segment (00:00 – 15:46), discussion centered around Creation as God’s Temple and The Human Task. In our booklet, we covered pages 5-11. Click here for more background info on the video.||Slides|
|1/22||Making Peace with Creation: We continued with segment 2 of Making Peace with Creation (15:46-26:04). Our discussion centered around The Miracle of Consciousness. Within this topic, we discussed humanity being “In the Center of Immensities” and how Christianity led to the “Rise of Science.” In our booklet, we covered pages 12-20.||Slides|
|1/29||A special Sunday hearing from a person making creation care a reality: Rockside Ranch|