March Magazine 2022

March’s issue on “Creation Care” grapples with the issue of climate change, climate justice, and what it means to have faith in the midst of it all.

RLN Reporter at Large Hannah Foulger reaches out to individuals and ministries in the diocese that are at the forefront of climate action. In a photo essay, Kenji Dyck broadens our perspective of the church in the natural world. Zoe Matties, the Manitoba Program Manager for A Rocha, offers a reflection on the children’s day camp programs at the Boreal Ecology Centre and reminds us of the importance of child-like wonder. Finally, Justine Backer reports on her research for the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Manitoba.

March’s cover features original photography by Kenji Dyck.

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