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Many people, animal welfarists particularly, have turned away from Christian churches, because they believe them to be insensitive to the needs of Creation. In Christ all things are created and in Him all things are to be redeemed, but humankind, … Continue reading
In the United States, today marks the day upon which Americans will honor the fallen at war. Yet, how often during this day of remembrance will people think also of the animals that were part of our wars? I would … Continue reading
We left off on Part One discussing some key points in scripture regarding: Are animals created to be our companions? Do animals have souls/spirits? We continue now with article 51 from our sister page, Animal Christian Concern. More can be … Continue reading
Shepherding All God’s Creatures has a sister page, Animal Christian Concern. ACC’s work in the United Kingdom began in 1985, founded by May Tripp and Co-founded by Roslyne Smith, one of the partners of Shepherding All God’s Creatures Blog and … Continue reading
“Your unfailing love, O LORD, is as vast as the heavens; your faithfulness reaches beyond the clouds. Your righteousness is like the mighty mountains, your justice like the ocean depths. You care for people and animals alike, O LORD. How precious is … Continue reading
So much in scripture is said about prayer. One can determine from how often and in how many different ways God’s Word talks about prayer that it is pretty important.
During the month of November, we remember our Veterans around the world and here in America. For this special remembrance day, we would like to share with you from two articles written by May Tripp. But first, an introduction. In … Continue reading
Following last week’s Part One, here are some thoughts on the last five sentences spoken by Jesus from the Cross and how these can relate to His animal creation, as well as to humankind. As stated last week, this post … Continue reading