From a biblical perspective the environment is actually a part of God's creation, of which humanity is also a part of, and there are many scriptures that support the importance of caring for it. Because Christians are becoming increasingly concerned with environmental awareness, or "going green", we created these Soul Harvest Christian T-shirts for The Green Christians. Not only can you show your concern for the earth and its future, but hopefully you can use these Environmental Christian t-shirts to witness to someone, somewhere and share your faith as a Green Christian!
As a Christian concerned for the Environment, show it with this Green Christian t-shirt. This design incorporates The Cross with an Air/Water/Soil background. “Go Green!”
Reduce Reuse Recycle!
As a Christian concerned for the Environment, show it with this Green Christian t-shirt. This design incorporates the Möbius Recycling Symbol. “It’s Good to Go Green!”
Green Christians emphasize the ecological responsibilities of all Christians as stewards of God's earth. This design features the biblical verse Psalm 24:1
The Cross in the forest
Christian groups have emphasized the need for Christian ecology, often employing the phrase
Christian Recycle Symbol
As a Christian concerned for the Environment, show it with this Green Christian t-shirt. This design incorporates the universal recycling symbol. “It’s Good to Go Green!”
The Greening of Evangelicals
Christianity and ecology is a broad field that encompasses theological reflection on nature. Green Christians’ practices are centered on ecological concerns, as well as fundamental Christianity.
reen Christians emphasize the ecological responsibilities of all Christians as stewards of God's earth. Show your concern about the environment with this Green Christian t-shirt!
Christianity & The Environment
As a Christian concerned for the Environment, show it with this Green Christian t-shirt. This design incorporates The Cross with an Air/Water/Soil background. “It’s Good to Go Green!”
Möbius Recycle Symbol
Christian groups have emphasized the need for Christian ecology, often employing the phrase "creation care". Show your care for human and earthly creation with this Environmental Christian t-shirt!
Green Christian - Stewards of God and the earth
Green Christians emphasize the ecological responsibilities of all Christians as stewards of God's earth. Show your concern about the environment with this Green Christian t-shirt!
Christian & Butterfly
Support for strong positions on climate change and environmental-related issues have been referred to as "The Greening of Evangelicals”. It’s Good to Go Green!
Thankfully, the "disposable earth" mindset (that had more to do with Western consumerism than authentic Christian faith) is disappearing, as believers are realizing that whether Jesus is returning next Thursday or not, He wants us to cherish and steward His Creation. Here are some of the lamentably few folks who are offering Christ-centered reflection on environmental problems and solutions.(*)The Evangelical Environmental Network is a non-profit organization that seeks to educate, inspire, and mobilize Christians in their effort to care for God’s creation, to be faithful stewards of God’s provision, and to advocate for actions and policies that honor God and protect the environment.They have an entire page of scriptures and their relation to our environment.
A Rocha Christians In Conservation
Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
Christian Environmental Association
Christian Ecology Link
small(er) "Making an impact by leaving less of one"
Restoring Eden Christians For Environmental Stewardship
North American Coalition for Christianity and Ecology
Better Times Sustainable, Simple, & Frugal Living
Earth Care Caring for God's creation
Environmental Issues Network
Evangelical Climate Initiative (See New York Times article.)
Eco Justice Ministries
Saving God's Green Earth
Target Earth Serving the earth, serving the poor
Christians for the Mountains Serving the Appalachian region
Environmental Stewardship Commission with a focus on Minnesota
Sacred Space with a focus on Portland, OR
Marah International with a focus on Eastern Europe
The Regeneration Project
National Council of Churches of Christ Eco-Justice Programs
New Community Project Anabaptists
Earthcare Witness With the Quakers
Presbyterians For Restoring Creation
Quaker Green Concern
Catholic Conservation Center
Episcopal Ecological Network
Greening Spirit Canadian Anglicans
Wildlanders Holistic wilderness and ecology
Center for Ecozoic Studies
Serve God Save the Planet a book by Matthew Sleeth
The John Ray Initiative
Evan and Nature Nathan Styder a brother with a cool sustainable living site
The Greening Andii Bowsher Durham, UK
How To Save The World
The Lazy Environmentalist
Ecotheology Selections from Crosscurrents magazine
Earth 911 Locate recycling and other environmental initiatives in your community
Eco Cycle Recycle your life! Get ideas here.
Scorecard Community pollution information site
Green Festivals Parties with purpose
Green Press Initiative Helping publishers and authors create paper-use transformations that will conserve natural resources and preserve endangered forests
What Would Jesus Drive?
Biodiesel! We are soon going to develop and entire section to biodiesel. It is fantastic. It is a gift from Jesus to save the world.
Fried Fuel an excellent Creative Loafing article on biodiesel; a good first-stop to learn what has us so excited. (See here also)
All Things Biodiesel
Eastern Biodiesel Cooperative
EcoMall Ecologically sound companies and products
Wiser Earth "Toward a Just and Sustainable World Created by Community"
Story of Stuff An excellent video, well worth watching
*(Information above was taken from Zoecarnate.com, one of the largest sources for Christian links on the internet!)