The latest edition of BACKPACKER magazine has a very interesting article regarding Evangelicals and the environment.
If you are a Christ follower and an outdoor lover you might what to pick up the March issue and read the “Hike Pray Protest” article.
This movement is resonating with a lot of people who are in the Evangelical ranks.
I was first introduced to the phrase “Thin Places” in Mark Batterson’s Book Wild Goose Chase.
Now I’m reading about it in BACKPACKER magazine.
The early Celtic Christians had a name for places where heaven and earth seem to touch. A place in nature where the spiritual and the natural came together….They called them “thin places.” The place were the wall between you and God more permeable and thinner.
I totally agree with my Celtic forerunners.
Anyway read the article for yourself and see if you have a kindred spirit with the author.
The LORD God put the man in the Garden of Eden to take care of it and to look after it. Genesis 2:15
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I blogged about the article too as Christian Environmental Stewardship is something I’m very passionate about: