Christians responding to climate change


Solving climate change can sometimes seem impossible.

But Christians are people of faith, hope, and love. 

We believe in God, and we believe God answers prayers.

Will you pray with us?

"For nothing will be impossible with God."

 - Luke 1:37   



Why do Christians care about climate change?

Is climate change real? Does the Bible say anything about it? Are Christians called to help solve it? 

To answer these questions and others, consider reading the little book that inspired the Million Prayer Mission. A Million Prayers to Solve Our Climate Crisis explores climate change from a Christian perspective and points to the calling of stewardship shared by all Christ-followers.

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Find the paperback and e-book on Amazon.

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What are Christians saying about climate change?



Evangelicals and Non-Denominational Christians

Christians and Climate: An Evangelical Call to ActionNational Association of EvangelicalsEvangelical Environmental NetworkYoung Evangelicals for Climate Action

Latter-Day Saints­

Protestants and Orthodox Christians

Interfaith Power and Light

National Religious Partnership for the Environment

Where can I learn more about the facts?


Global Weirding with Katharine Hayhoe

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

US Global Change Research Program

What is the Million Prayer Mission?


It is simply an invitation for Christians (of all denominations) to pray about climate change.

Why a million prayers?  It’s not a magic number.  It’s a goal to help us elevate our prayers to the level of the climate crisis.  A million prayers would be an offering of good faith — a chance to show God how much we care about His creation and all of His people who depend on it.

What will God do with a million prayers to solve our climate crisis?  Let's find out together.  Please add your prayer here.