Sabbath Rest for the Whole Creation – Gabriel Morgan reflects on the connection between our busy-ness and care for creation. Care for Creation Commentary on the Revised Common Lectionary Readings for Sunday May 29 – June 4, Year B (2024, 2027) Deuteronomy 5:12–15 Psalm 81:1–10 2 Corinthians 4:5–12 Mark 2:23–3:6 Three eco-theological themes are readilyRead More →

In preparation for Youth and Young Adult Gathering 2024, Lutherans Restoring Creation is hosting an art contest! You are invited to use art to show what our communities and church would look like if we lived in harmony with God’s Good Creation. We know the youngest in society live in trepidation of environmental devastation. SoRead More →

The Season of Creation is an optional season of the church year that celebrates God the creator and various domains of creation. There are four Sundays for each of the three years of the common lectionary, celebrated most often during the month of September. (For more information, visit www.letallcreationpraise.org and www.seasonofcreation.com). “Scripture changes how weRead More →

The Season of Creation is an optional season of the church year that celebrates God the creator and various domains of creation. There are four Sundays for each of the three years of the common lectionary, celebrated most often during the month of September. (For more information, visit www.letallcreationpraise.org and www.seasonofcreation.com). “Jesus and Francis showedRead More →

The Season of Creation is an optional season of the church year that celebrates God the creator and various domains of creation. There are four Sundays for each of the three years of the common lectionary, celebrated most often during the month of September. (For more information, visit www.letallcreationpraise.org and www.seasonofcreation.com). We are most fullyRead More →

The Season of Creation is an optional season of the church year that celebrates God the creator and various domains of creation. There are four Sundays for each of the three years of the common lectionary, celebrated most often during the month of September. (For more information, visit www.letallcreationpraise.org and www.seasonofcreation.com). “The heavens declare theRead More →