David Shreeve’s last Creation Time 2011 Blog
So, Creation Time 2011 draws to a close. How was it for you? Until the Christian Ecology Link diary of events arrived a few minutes ago I was beginning to think Creation Time might be one of our best kept secrets. From my own experience in a variety of churches and church meetings over the past few weeks I have not heard Creation Time mentioned once.
Thanks to the CEL Diary and the wonderful…Continue
Added by David Shreeve on September 30, 2011 at 16:46 — No Comments
David Shreeve's Creation Time blog number 4
Could you celebrate Creation Time 2011 to starting a local growing project?
If your church is in Wales there’s a new scheme to help create allotments, community gardens, community orchards and community supported agriculture. Called Tyfu Pobl (Growing People) it is a direct result of booming interest in community food growing and creating natural green spaces.
A series of training and…Continue
Added by David Shreeve on September 24, 2011 at 12:01 — No Comments
David Shreeve's Creation Time 2011 blog number 3
An email arrived this week to let me know that Lincolnshire is the surprise winner of a public poll to find Britain’s Favourite Food Spot, seeing off tough competition from Cornwall and Hampshire.
The poll was conducted to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the national food celebration, British Food Fortnight, which starts this weekend. The story reported that an over-the-moon spokesman for Tastes of…Continue
Added by David Shreeve on September 17, 2011 at 9:22 — No Comments
David Shreeve’s second Creation Time blog
In my first blog I reported on how Creation Time events around the world are linked this year on issues concerning food.
Today comes news to show how not only food, but food waste should be in our thoughts at this time. A ‘biotruck’ powered by restaurant waste has just arrived back in the UK after a two year around-the-world journey fuelled by used cooking oil along its 30,000km…Continue
Added by David Shreeve on September 9, 2011 at 12:29 — No Comments
David Shreeve Creation Time 2011 Blog No 1
Just as I was about to begin to write this first blog in a weekly series for CTBI’s website during Creation Time I heard the news that scientists have added together all the species in the world and come up with a total of 8.7million. I was not sure whether my reaction was ‘Amazing’ or ‘That sounds about right’.
A couple of days ago I was filming trees on a brilliant summer’s day when a colleague pointed out some trees which were…Continue