June 15, 2016
DYERSVILLE, Iowa — Climate change and the conversation about solutions to it are being taken up by people of faith in Iowa, especially farmers, who are hit particularly hard by floods, droughts and other climate events.
“All major faith traditions have something to say about caring for the Earth, and all major faith traditions have something to say about caring for those who are most vulnerable in our world,” said the Rev. Susan Hendershot Guy, who is ordained within the Disciples of Christ Church and also is executive director of Iowa Interfaith Power and Light, a group that brings together people of all religious backgrounds. “Climate change is an issue that’s impacting the Earth and the most vulnerable in our world.” Read more