three years of “ecofaith on air” plus other interviews

After the success of our Bible and Ecology and Christ in Creation e-conferences, people wanted to talk about taking action, and finding hope in the face of the massive assault Earth endures.

Which led me to start interviewing activists about where they found the hope to act, with surprising results!  As a result, the conference ended up being called Hope: Anger in Action.

Go to our Soundlcoud playlist to hear why it’s still not quite too late to act; for the behind the scenes story of one of Australia’s most surprisingly successful campaigns; and much more

If you would rather watch the videos, go to our video page  

We will add individual pages for other podcast series soon, but in the mean-time you listen on our podcast site

Or can jump straight to Pacific TheologyFaith and food; reflections on Laudato Si; our 2016 Season of Creation sermons, including Ray Minniecon’s reflection on Aboriginal Christianity. or our 2017 ecosermon “preach off”