A free e-book that blends theology, water quality, and community
Sometimes Growth and Learning Require Us to Wade in the Water
The last two years may have made it harder than ever to remember how interconnected our lives actually are – and not just with one another. From the air we breathe to the land we live on, the survival of all living things depends on the quality of our water system. In this free e-book, you’ll gain timely insights, hands-on activities, and a holistic theology that strengthens congregations and builds richer communities.
- An all-ages guide that explains the gift and responsibility of interconnectedness
- Key theological frameworks for understanding issues of water justice
- Resources for growth, healing, and service-learning
- Five main themes with supporting Scripture, activities, videos, and songs!
It’s So Much More Than Just Water
For many of us, it’s easy to take water for granted. So easy, in fact, that we rarely even differentiate between clean water and dirty. Filtered water is ubiquitous, and access is rarely an issue. Whether we’re washing our hands, taking a shower, or doing a load of laundry, we simply turn on the tap or press a button.
We probably have a sense – don’t we? – that reality is more complicated. We live on a planet that is 70% water and yet we know not everyone has access to it in clean drinking form. Pollution and toxins threaten our water systems and by extension our very lives. We have an opportunity to confront the issues head-on, though. We can do something about this, even if it’s just in our communities. It’s time to Wade in the Water. This free e-book will show you how.
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