The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) has launched a call for action against food waste today in a “Fast for Life” Ash Wednesday observance, urging that concrete steps are taken to address the estimated 30-50% of food each year which is wasted due to inadequate infrastructure, wasteful practices by retailers and consumers, and the lack of proper policies and regulations. “In [...]Read more ›
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Young Methodists are offering people the chance to sign up for prayer text messages over the Lent period. The prayer texts have been written by children and young people from across the Methodist Church. They are intended to inspire other young people embarking on the 46-day spiritual journey of Lent. Mobile phone users can sign up to receive daily prayers [...]Read more ›
CC/Mr. Kris The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) is calling on churches and concerned individuals to address global hunger by reducing food waste and post harvest losses through a day of reflection and action on the “Fast for Life”. In a worship service today marking Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, EAA Executive Director Peter Prove highlighted that a third [...]Read more ›
Eco-Justice Participants Leave Durban with Renewed Commitment (LWI) – After two weeks of training in Durban, South Africa, on the theology and politics of ecological justice, Christian youth from around the world have pledged to start in their own contexts initiatives that promote the new understandings they have acquired.Read more ›