@crossculturekev “This world is not our home, we’re just passing through…” That’s a line from a popular Christian song which, albeit unintentionally, encapsulates a common line of thought, especially in western Christendom; that the ultimate trajectory of the Christian life is to escape the “world” and enter eternity. This is the first of a series of 3 videos where we’re going to to offer a counter-narrative by attempting to answer the following question: what does Christmas have to with caring for our planet? It’s refreshing to see Christian organizations who are also conscientious about caring for our planet. To support and learn more about them, please check out the link in my bio. Why do you think some Christians are less conscientious about caring for our earth? Let me know your thoughts below 👇🏾 👇🏾 Like. Share. Save :) #s#stewardtheearthecotheology#ecotheology#t#theology ♬ original sound - Kevin | CEO of Chai
@crossculturekev #StewardtheEarth Campaign Captions We’re making some thenga ( coconut) sambal: a savory condiment popular in Sri Lanka. All you need is desiccated coconut, lemon juice, Maldive fish chips, dried red chilies, green chilies, shallots, salt, and some sugar. Not sure how the sambal relates to Christmas. But it was part of the breakfast I had with my family in Sri Lanka this past August and also the meal I had with Zion for the first time ( he wasn’t allowed to eat sambal or coconut yet poor chap). If you’re a TCK, 1) how are you doing? Especially right now in the holidays? 2) how has your itinerant life shaped your global consciousness? Let me know 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾 #StewardtheEarth #TCK #christmas ♬ original sound - Kevin | CEO of Chai
Follow the Lord’s path to care for and preserve His creation.