Doing Good Without Giving Up
Sustaining Social Action In A World That's Hard To Change
"Ben Lowe mixes the idealistic passion of youth with the field-tested wisdom of an elder. This book guides you both in how to start and how to end well as you join with God in the revolutionary, tiring, holy work of building a better world."
author and activist
The Future of Our Faith
An Intergenerational Conversation on Critical Issues Facing the Church
Brazos Press, 2016
"A wealth of wisdom, conviction, and hope from two leaders who refreshingly defy tired religious and political categories. If you care about the future of Christian Witness in a post-Christian America, you'll read The Future of Our Faith."
Coming Together to Care for Creation
"The Christian youth of America are making their mark in a Genesis- and Jesus-based commitment to creation conservation. Ben Lowe speaks for them and is out to add to their ranks. His witness and invitation seethe with hope and energy. Listen to him. Join him."
—Eugene H. Peterson, Professor Emeritus, Regent College, and translator of The Message
“Inheriting the Earth.” In Faith Forward: A Dialogue on Children, Youth, and a New Kind of Christianity, edited by David M. Csinos and Melvin Bray, pp183-92. Kelowna, BC, Canada: Wood Lake Publishing, 2013.
“Stewardship and Creation.” In The Cape Town Commitment: A Confession of Faith, A Call to Action (Biographic Resources), edited by Darrell Bock, p65. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2013.
"An Unlikely Tree Hugger” and “A Bigger Vision.” In Christians, the Care of Creation, and Global Climate Change, edited by Lindy Scott, pp77-94. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2008.
"Justice and Creation Care." In Live Just.ly, edited by Jason Fileta, pp90-99. Portland, Oregon: Micah Challenge USA, 2014.
Project Editor, Green Awakenings: Stories of Stewardship and Sustainability from the Next Generation, Renewal: Students Caring for Creation, 2009
“Marching to Town Hall with Refugees and Immigrants.” In ChristianityToday.com’s This is Our City. Published July 9, 2013.
July/August 2014 (Print Issue #70, p52-55): The Human Face of Climate Change
July 9, 2012: Where are the Candidates on Climate Change
July 17, 2012: The Audacity of Faithfulness
July 31, 2012: Three Numbers that Predict the Future of the Planet
August 15, 2012: The Next Great Moral Movement
August 29, 2012: When Ugliness Gets Personal
Oct 3, 2012: Remembering a Reluctant Hero
Oct 19, 2012: The Biggest Problem with the Debates and How to Fix It
Oct 31, 2012: Why This Election Isn’t Just About Abortion
Dec 4, 2012: Why We Need to Wake Up to Global Warming Now
Jan 10, 2013: The New Move on Immigration Reform
Jan 29, 2013: A Better Kind of Disaster Relief
Evangelicals for Social Action/PRISM Magazine
June 6, 2014: Our Most Important Response to Climate Disruption