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Feb 27, 2013

Caleb Sprong

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Caleb Sprong (originally from Warsaw, IN) is a senior studying Business Administration and Management at Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, IN). He serves as the vice president of the campus Creation Care Alliance.

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Feb 18, 2013

Braelyn Snow

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Braelyn Snow (originally from Mt. Gilead, OH), is an illustration major at Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, IN) and serves as Treasurer of the school's Creation Care Alliance. She sees that "the earth is here for a reason...it is definitely an act of creativity, it is our home, and it is the only home God has given us."

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Feb 11, 2013

Kaley Necessary

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Kaley (Bloomington, IL), a junior biology/pre-med major at Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, IN), gives her climate testimony to Young Evangelicals for Climate Action.

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Jan 22, 2013

Josh and Emily

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Josh and Emily, both students from Geneva College (Beaver Falls, PA), share their climate testimony.

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Sep 05, 2012

Curtis Witek

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Curtis Witek (Wheaton College, Class of 2012), Steering Committee member and original signatory to Y.E.C.A.'s Call to Action, shares his climate testimony from the Au Sable Institute.

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Sep 05, 2012

Grant Lawrence

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Grant Lawrence (Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX) is an environmental science and wildlife management major.

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Sep 04, 2012

Kelsey Piepkorn

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Kelsey Piepkorn, an environmental science major at Bethel University (St. Paul, MN), says that in high school, her statistics class watched a movie on the carbon footprint. "It blew me away that one person could emit so much carbon."

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Jul 07, 2012

Rachel Lamb

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Witnessing the Impacts of Climate Change on American Communities

Americans often think of climate change as primarily affecting other developing countries rather than people in their own neighborhoods. There is certainly some merit to this idea, as those with the fewest resources to adapt and fight the associated effects, are the most vulnerable.

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Jul 03, 2012

Brittany Bennett

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Awakening to the Climate Crisis

Climate used to seem like an unchangeable thing to me. My perspective was somewhat limited growing up, which is typical of course. I was homeschooled and my family moved many times. I consider myself to have been incredibly blessed through those experiences. Though we didn't live in one place long enough to notice transitioning, we did gravitate to similar, almost rural areas. My earliest contemplations of God occurred watching little critters go about their day and flowers blooming.

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