Why are we so geocentric when we think of God’s creation? How does God gaze upon other civilisations in the universe?
What does God’s command to “subdue the earth” mean? It has much to do with discernment.
The trees and leaves teach us about glorifying God and being ourselves in any season.
A meditation on Psalm 139 and God’s intimate relationship with us.
Instead of seizing the moment, can the present moment seize us? Can we live in the now and not try to escape to the past or future?
God’s creative power lies within all of us since we are made in God’s image. We have the ability to create new and great things, just as God does.
Does God redeem the rest of the natural world? What if we humans were not as superior as we thought?
What’s the purpose of beauty God created if we’ll never see it? What about other planets and civilisations and things beneath the sea that we’ll never see? It’s all about love and incarnation.
For me there’s something about being on the wide open sea with just ocean and sky: the presence of God feels very real. I’m reminded of the creation story.