Leadership and the Environment

2014, 6 pp
“This is our homeland, we have to take care of everything that belongs to us!” “If you destroy the wild salmon, you destroy the world.”

Presented, November 15, 2014 at the Creation Care Conversation, Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, BC.

We take care of our land, the sacred waters and the air with the thought of benefiting the next seven generations. Embodying this philosophy or way of being, we need to think of the vision of our ancestors which is to live in harmony with the natural world, to follow natural laws, by not taking from the natural world more than we need. We encourage everyone to embrace this important world view, and like torches rekindled, find the light of our ancestors inside our own hearts and carry it through the darkness of these deeply troubled times.

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