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Question of the Day — 3/19/06

“Evangelical Christians at Vineyard Fellowship in Boise bring their trash to church on Sunday for recycling. They spend summer weekends pulling invasive weeds in the wilderness and rebuilding mountain trails. Vineyard-sponsored workshops teach members how to reduce pollution. Sunday mornings, Pastor Tri Robinson preaches about the love of Jesus Christ, God’s struggle with Satan — and the danger of global warming. For Robinson, the church’s environmental stewardship is a calling, like the Vineyard’s worldwide mission to serve the poor and operate its free local clinic.”

For the rest the story by Rocky Barker/Idaho Statesman about the Vineyard Fellowship, click here.

Question: Should Christians be environmentalists?


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