• Creation Care Podcast, Pollution in China

    March 29,2012, 14:28 PM

    Host Alexei Laushkin talks with John Elwood of the Clothesline Report and board member of the Evangelical Environmental Network on his recent trip to China and Tyler Amy coordinator for Renewal: Students Caring for Creation. Listen in as they talk about the impacts of environmental pollution on the people of China and how Tyler came to his own interest in creation care.

    Click here to stay up to date with the Clothesline Report and here to learn more about Renewal: Students Caring for Creation.

  • Creation Care Podcast, Almost Amish

    March 19,2012, 10:34 AM

    Host Alexei Laushkin talks with Nancy Sleeth, co-founder and Managing Director of Blessed Earth. Nancy travels throughout the U.S. speaking and writing about faith and the environment and has written her latest book Almost Amish, One Woman's Quest for a Slower, Simpler, More Sustainable Life being published by Tyndale Publishing this spring. Nancy is also the author of Go Green, Save Green, the first-ever practical guide for going green from a faith perspective. Nancy specializes in leading workshops on the nuts and bolts of stewardship practices at home, work, school, and church and facilitating women's retreats on Sabbath practices, simplicity, and sustainability. She and Matthew Sleeth recently celebrated 30 years of marriage. They are the parents of Clark (a fourth year medical student) and Emma (creation care speaker/author for teens and young adults).

    Click here to learn more about the work of Blessed Earth.

  • Creation Care Podcast, a Conversation with Fred Van Dyke

    March 07,2012, 11:19 AM

    Listen in this week as I talk with Dr. Fred Van Dyke recently named Executive Director of the Au Sable Institute and Richard Gasaway author of An Inconvenient Purpose. On the first part of the show we'll be exploring the theological basis for creation care through one of Dr. Van Dyke's recent works Between Heaven and Earth, Christian Prospectives on Environmental Stewardship. We'll hear why Dr. Van Dyke wrote the book and explore some of the rich content of this excellent resource.

    In the second half of our show I talk with Richard Gasaway author of An Inconvenient Purpose: Linking Godly Stewardship and Alternative Energy. We'll talk about some of the current challenges facing God's creation and how Christians ought to explore some of the energy challenges.

    Richard Gasaway is a professional electrical engineer who has more than 18 years of experience in electrical power plant design.

    Rick earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) in 1990 from the University of Missouri-Rolla. Married with one son, Rick loves to snow ski and watch St. Louis Cardinals baseball. Every year since he was 12, Rick had made Christmas ornaments out of bread dough, and says they are "marvelous conversation starters." Rick and Danielle Bounds, Miss Earth, USA, clean up the land around Indian Creek, Overland Park, KS. Rick may be contacted at rick@aninconvenientpurpose.com 

    Be sure to listen in!

  • Creation Care Podcast, is Mercury Pro-Life?

    March 03,2012, 07:30 AM

    EEN's Creation Care Radio Hour is back from taking a short break this fall. Listen in as host Alexei Laushkin talks about EENs Mercury & The Unborn work and as he checks in with two Pro Life leaders Dean Ohlman host of the Wonder of Creation site and Dai Sup Han of Prayer Surge NOW!

    Be sure to listen in!

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