In God of All Creation, James Robison

In God of All Creation, James Robison recalls many of the life lessons he has learned from his little dachshund, as well as other animals he has observed in nature. James shares that animals have shown him “expressions of God’s love, lessons of His grace, warnings about sin and other eternal truths.” James’ spiritual thoughts and insights can help you learn to hear God’s voice, submit to Him and trust Him for your every need.     Here’s what others have said about God of … [Read more...]

When kids learn to treat animals with gentleness and respect …

When kids learn to treat animals with gentleness and respect, they also learn about compassion and caring on a larger scale, which are traits that can later be applied to the relationships that they have with fellow humans. For parents of toddlers and young children, imparting these lessons can be a bit of a challenge. Here are 10 ways to help your little one understand the importance of treating animals well. Set a Good Example – Children learn primarily through mimicry. They watch their … [Read more...]

Getting a Green Education : Sustainability Majors

  Getting a Green Education : Sustainability Majors       According to USA Today, over 100 majors, minors, and focuses in sustainability-centric programs were added to the collegiate roster in 2009. And with increasing interest in climate control, eliminating paper trails, and reducing our carbon footprints, the number has only grown since then.         Going green is a hot topic, with many major companies making efforts to incorporate … [Read more...]

KAYLA: Canadian Burrowing Owl are disappearing – Take Action!

  You might know that the top threat to Canada's native wildlife and plants is habitat loss, but did you know the second most critical threat is invasive species? Burrowing owls look like little owls on stilts. They are 23-28 cm tall standing on long thin legs. The burrowing owl is unlike most owls in many ways: it lives in burrows in the ground, is active during the day, the female is smaller than the male, and its favourite foods are insects. Burrowing owls require open areas with low ground … [Read more...]

Emily V. – More than 100 endangered Asian elephants — the largest population in Cambodia

More than 100 endangered Asian elephants -- the largest population in Cambodia -- depend on the elephant corridor in the Cardamom Mountain rainforest.But the elephants could lose this critical habitat if Cambodia approves a permit for a new titanium mine in a meeting this Friday! Tell the Cambodian Minister of Commerce to protect his country's wildlife »It's not just elephants: The Cardamoms are home to sun bears, Siamese crocodiles and more than half of Cambodia's bird population. Moreover, the … [Read more...]

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