A showcase of creative talent from across the South Pacific.
The SPD has saved close to $A100,000 since introducing a paperless meeting system, one of a number of green initiatives.
You don’t have to be a scientist in order to appreciate—and share with others—the wonders of God’s creation.
Jarrod Stackelroth makes a case for a theocentric approach to environmental care.
Pastor Glenn Townend says the latest scientific discoveries should never usurp the solid foundation of Scripture.
As Christians, what is our responsibility to the environment? Fourteen-year-old Kayla suggests we have a duty to care and act out our care for God’s creation.
Edith Sullivan pens a letter of praise to the Creator of spring.
More than 200 people have been attending this week’s South Pacific Division Faith & Science Conference at Avondale College of Higher Education, with a further 80-100 online viewers.
Kent Kingston makes a case for getting outside and going feral.
The body of Christ is not immune to the issues surrounding boundaries.