Podcast: Climate Change, the Gospel, and the Church

“Every Sunday, we bring our waste to the Lord, so why not as a church bring our physical waste to the Lord at the same time,” said a pastor in a church in Accra, Ghana, running a plastic waste recycling program.

Why is creation care essential for him? And why are creation care and climate change important for me as a Christian? Is there anything that we can do about it? Is there tension between the Christian narrative on action for creation care and the other narratives about fighting climate change? How are Evangelical churches building momentum after COP26 and ahead of future global gatherings? 

In this episode of the Didomi Podcast, WEA Advocacy Officer in Geneva Wissam al-Saliby and Head of International Communications for Christian Solidarity International Joel Veldkamp interview WEA Sustainability Center Co-Director Matthias Boehnig to answer all of these questions and more.

Didomi Podcast publishes monthly episodes reflecting on how political and social developments across the globe should trigger Christians to engage in the work of justice and peacemaking based on the image of God in their neighbor. Listen to February's episode here.

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