Georgia Interfaith Power & Light engages communities of faith in stewardship of Creation as a direct expression of our faithfulness and as a religious response to global climate change, resource depletion, environmental injustice, pollution, and other disruptions in Creation. NPC The month of September they are doing an experiential four-week book study of the new revised edition of the book
A little bit about the book:
The challenges we face can be difficult even to think about. Climate change, war, political polarization, economic upheaval, and the dying back of nature together create a planetary emergency of overwhelming proportions. This revised, tenth anniversary edition of Active Hope shows us how to strengthen our capacity to face these crises so that we can respond with unexpected resilience and creative power. Drawing on decades of teaching an empowerment approach known as the Work That Reconnects, the authors guide us through a transformational process informed by mythic journeys, modern psychology, spirituality, and holistic science. This process equips us with tools to face the mess we’re in and play our role in the collective transition, or Great Turning, to a life-sustaining society.
The book study will meet on zoom weekly for 4 weeks (September 1 – 22) on Thursday from 7:00-8:30pm. Register here (https://secure.everyaction.com/sHWlcZI2YEyFQmf3_i_TLg2)
To learn more about with Georgia Interfaith Power & Light is doing visit their website: https://gipl.org/