When it comes to climate change, it is tempting to despair, but there are real reasons to hope.
Last year, faith leaders representing three-quarters of the world’s population stood together at the Vatican and called for definitive action on climate change.
People of every background are campaigning and working for justice.
Important steps were taken at the COP26 summit. World leaders recognise the problem. Now they must agree and implement a fair solution for everyone.
When we plant a seed, we don’t see the fruit immediately. But under the surface, God is working with what we have planted.
In the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, I see that God turns all endings into new beginnings, and death into life. God invites us to be part of this story – to be people who bring hope, healing and renewal to our world.
This year, let’s keep planting those seeds – let’s keep moving forward in hope.
— Kendall Harmon (@KendallHarmon6) January 3, 2022