Worship Through Creation

As I am writing this post I find myself halfway into a Masters in Sustainability Studies at Texas State University. In this degree I have studied plants used for agricultural purposes, water management for both humans and the environment, specific species, and more. The courses I have taken so far have been far more inContinue reading “Worship Through Creation”

The Value of Creation

“Again and again we read, ‘And God saw that it was good.’ This signifies two things for us. God’s work is good as the unimpaired form of the will of God. But it is good only in the way that the creaturely can be good. Because the Creator views it, acknowledges it as his ownContinue reading “The Value of Creation”

What’s in a Name?

The green spaces that surround us and the animals that live within them stir something deep within humans. Something about snow-covered, mountainous landscapes moves us to question our place within the world. Serene old-growth redwood forests full of marbled murrelets, carpeted in ferns prompts the human mind to question its impact on the Earth. EvenContinue reading “What’s in a Name?”

Let’s Talk About Watering

Water is a critical part of life as we know it. All living organisms require water to survive. You and me as well as your houseplants long for water in order to carry out some essential processes in our bodies and stems. Water is used in many different ways but we can narrow it downContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Watering”