Our theme this week in our series at St. Mark’s on Leviticus is what it says about our relationship to creation. This is an issue that all of us are aware about more and more these days, and the effect that we have on the environment around us. Many people here in the Hills are looking for healthy and harmonious relationships with nature and trying intentionally to live that way. Leviticus places this issue in the context of our relationship with God, reminding his people that all life belongs to God and that humans are only ever caretakers of the life of the world around us. It provides us with a challenging look at our attitudes to the things we eat and other things we consume, and how this might flow from our faith in Jesus. This is an area where many of us may have practical ideas and experience to share with others in our church. How do you approach this question in your own life?