Because God Created Man To Take Care Of The Earth, Christians

1633 WordsMar 9, 20177 Pages
Because God created man to take care of the earth, Christians should protect the earth by caring for the environment and the wildlife around them. "For this is what the Lord says he who created the heavens, he is God; he who fashioned and made the earth, he founded it; he did not create it to be empty, but formed it to be inhabited he says: “I am the Lord, and there is no other" (Isaiah, 45:18, English Standard Version).Therefore, people should be planting things; helping them grow; and supporting the breeding of wildlife resulting in a bountiful earth. Church youth leaders have the task of equipping Christian youth as disciples of Christ and as good stewards of their environment as they encounter issues of morals, social justice and…show more content…
It is an opportunity to learn new things, meet new people, and just get out there and see what the world has to offer. With that being said serving and volunteering for the earth in your local area is a great thing to do. . Greenleaf states that “the great leader is seen as servant first, and that simple fact is the key to greatness” Since service is a major component of Christian leadership and discipleship, we should be serving the world around us. Youth ministers don 't just need to teach youth members pastoral skills, but also teach them to be responsible and genuine leaders in their school, churches, neighborhoods, and communities. (Canales, 2012) We as Christians should be setting an example of how to take care of the world God has created for us. Therefore, we should respect this land. We can help by picking up trash and helping keep our wildlife centers in our community. Helping with funding for caring for the parks and sanctuaries. We should be supporting our local environmental centers. God has made humans just a little lower than himself, crowned them with honor and majesty, and made them lords over his creation –not only over sheep and cattle, but also over ‘the beasts of the field, the birds of the air, and
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