Narrow Results

Keyword Search Results Narrow Results

Your search results are below


  • Adventist Resource
    Entrusted - Christians and Environmental Care Tertiary-Lifelong
    How should Christians respond to the degradation of the planet God entrusted to us? In this book an international group of experienced Christian educators, environmentalists, researchers, theologians and scientists provide thoughtful answers to 23 pressing...

  • Adventist Resource
    Environmental Education: Teaching Stewardship to College Students Tertiary
    In spite of the belief that Jesus will soon return, Adventists have the responsibility to care for the earth and to teach students to be stewards and environmentally aware. Environmental science studies the interaction between human interests and the environment....

  • Adventist Resource
    Environmental Science Education in Seventh-day Adventist Colleges and Universities - A Model Program Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In the developing world it has been traditionally difficult to promote environmental issues with limited resources particularly while meeting the basic demands of a developing society." From this issue Jones has proposed a program that can be used...

  • Adventist Resource
    Expanding the Garden - A Christian's View of Nature Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zuill looks at the role of the church in the environmental movement. He suggests possible approaches to integrating faith with the study of nature and natural science. The point in the end is to "lead to greater trust in the Creator and better use of...

  • Adventist Resource
    Freedom of Water - A Service Learning Unit Grade 5-Grade 12
    In this 100+ page unit, "students will learn facts about water consumption, availability, symbolism, cleanliness, etc. Students will read and write about water issues. Through exposure to information about the need for water world-wide, students will...

  • Adventist Resource
    Green is an Important Part of the Spectrum 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Joy Veverka showcases what one school is doing to “go green” while using such opportunities to provide outstanding learning experiences for their students. The projects at Rogers Adventist School include solar panels, a wind turbine, and a salmon tank.

  • Adventist Resource
    How Can We Teach Principles and Practices of Environmental Care 0-2 years-Lifelong
    In this article, Rodger F. Jones focuses on what Christian educators can do in order to integrate biblical principles, such as service and stewardship, and an appreciation for the aesthetic value of creation, into an environmental science curriculum at various...

  • Adventist Resource
    Schools Going Green - Practical Ways That Schools Are Impacting the Environment 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Lori Futcher explores options for Adventist schools other educational institutions who wish to take their responsibility for the environment seriously.

  • Adventist Resource
    Stewardship of the Environment - An Adventist Imperative Tertiary-Lifelong
    Mhlanga points out some impediments that have contributed to Adventist's lack of high level awareness and commitment to environmental care. He gives reasons why Adventist should view themselves as key players in matters of the environment. He also examines...

  • Adventist Resource
    What Can We Do in Our Homes and Schools to Care For the Environment? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Carrie Wolfe answers the question “what are some practical things we can do at home and school to care for the Earth’s environment?”