Every time I eat, I am invited to celebrate God’s good creation and redemption. My health message should be part of the gospel of how a compassionate God works to heal and restore our bodies and the Earth.
Not only is a plant-based diet scientifically proven to be good for your health, but whole-plant foods just taste better to me
What kind of festive merriment can be there without the turkey, ham or any of that lard infused gravy?
There are several reasons why I choose to skip the turkey this year and celebrate a plant-based Thanksgiving.
I recently attended continuing classes that covered energy efficiency and the new requirements to increase building safety standards and health performance. The instructor got my attention…
In case you are wondering, my decision to follow a plant-based diet comes down to how I treat God’s creation—animals, humans, and the earth. I am a plant based vegetarian because of my belief in the Bible.
We talk about coming to faith in Jesus and individually becoming a new creation, but we rarely take this “whole creation” commission seriously by becoming activists for God’s new creation.
Given the traditions of my Jewish and Hindu friends and the sensitivity of my vegan friends who demand compassion for all creatures, they would be highly offended if I consumed factory-farmed pigs and cows while advocating and otherwise adhering to Biblical principles of love, mercy, and compassion.
Every day, we vote for the world we want to live in through the choices we make. Picking up the fragments and living within our means are good choices.
I vividly remember the day my father became a committed Christian. I helped him remove all the bottles of alcohol from the entertainment bar in our basement, and then we dumped them onto the ground in the backyard. I was a young boy, but that moment with him made a deep impression on me.