Brewed Awakening - Jim Ball on Creation Care

Date: 
Monday, September 12, 2011, 6:30 pm
Location: 
Colt Forum

Brewed Awakening

Serving fair trade coffee, tea, and speakers to stir the social conscience


Global Warming and the Risen Lord: Who is hurt by our lack of good stewardship for creation?

Jim Ball, Evangelical Environmental Network

Including an interview by PLNU journalism professor Dean Nelson

Accolades for Jim Ball: "Jim Ball has spent the last two decades honestly and reflectively exploring the devastating consequences of global warming. He comprehends the issue from every angle - science, climatology, sociology, agriculture, forestry, business, psychology, and industry. But his call for us to do something is rooted in another discipline - Christianity. Beginning with our creation in the image and likeness of God, Jim views us as caretakers, stewards, and co-laborers with God in the responsible care for creation." - Dan Boone, President of Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN


Sponsored by PLNU’s Center for Justice and Reconciliation, the Brewed Awakening series gives a platform to speakers who bring critical analysis of pressing contemporary social issues while pointing to ways of engaging these issues with hopeful alternatives. The Brewed Awakening series showcases individuals and organizations with keen insight as well as practical ways of getting people involved. Special attention is given to Christians who are engaged in the struggle for justice and reconciliation. All speakers are encouraged to reflect on the relationship between their passion for justice, their actions and their faith.