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  • by United Church of God
It is difficult for anyone living close to the land and close to nature to believe there is no Creator.
  • by Peter Hawkins
One evening I was sitting on the porch meditating on creation. While observing the life around me, a family of deer walked by.
  • by Janet Treadway
When you take a stroll outdoors, do you ever wonder why it makes you feel so good? Connecting with nature can actually improve your health and well-being.
  • by Cecil Maranville
Have you heard of the flower that is pollinated by “tricking” bees into taking a bath or of the flower that “shoots” its pollen onto a bee’s back? We can see the design of the Creator—if we choose to.
  • by Good News
The last five years have been marked by headlines such as "World Fishing Fleets Face Ruin as Catches Disappear," "Too Many Fisherman, Too Few Fish," "Fishing Crises in World's Oceans" and "The Madness That Threatens Our Oceans."
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
In spite of some notable successes here and there in the world, the public often has the uneasy, even unspoken, feeling that we are gradually losing ground in the war against pollution and environmental damage to our precious planet.