The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Germany has partnered with ADRA and Catholic Fund (Katholischen Fonds), a Roman Catholic charity established by the Roman Catholic Bishops Conference in Germany.  Adventists and Catholics have joined forces in Germany to create “sustainability camps” to “motivate” Seventh-day Adventist youth and families about becoming interested in ecology, sustainability and environmentalism.   
The “sustainability camps” will be held from July 9 to 11, 2021 and will consist of camping “in the middle of the forest” where “environmental education” classes and workshops will be held. Topics covered will include:
- social and ecological aspects of sustainability
- ideas on how personal everyday life can be made more sustainable
- discover ways in which the environment can be motivated for a just and sustainable way of life
- share your own experiences and perspectives and be able to network with like-minded people
- address the issue of sustainability across generations and in an experience-oriented manner
- in addition to the thematic presentations and workshops, there will always be workshops especially for children, families and practitioners
What we are witnessing is the Roman Catholic indoctrination of our Seventh-day Adventist youth. This is Rome’s climate agenda (Laudato Si’) in action and this training is scheduled for July 2021. Our youth in Germany will serve as incubators for Rome’s Mother Earth tutoring.
These sustainability camps are paid for by Rome. They are providing the funds for our Seventh-day Adventist youth to make a pilgrimage into the forest and educate themselves on the Vatican’s climate agenda. The Pope fully supports these eco-events, which teach a non-doctrinal spirituality in which all religions can unite. Not only is the Vatican backing this, but all the churches are starting to embrace them as well.
Is this what we want for our youth? Do we want them to be rooted and grounded with the globalist’s sustainability goals and the veneration of the earth, instead of seeking to be grounded in the Word of God and with the final warning messages of Revelation 14? Our faith is being attacked from within. Our churches are being turned into left-wing political environmental groups. Our gospel mission is being replaced with social activism. We are being guided with Rome’s propaganda. Our children are being forced to embrace human philosophy as church leaders are replacing Bible doctrine with environmental justice.
It should be to our great dismay and surprise to see what Seventh-day Adventist leaders in Germany are planning. They plan to advance Catholic social teachings, Catholic mysticism and a Catholic political emphasis on climate change. We cannot allow this to happen. This type of work or mandate does not come from God. This new radical social crusade is a substitute for the Holy Scriptures and an abandonment of the true work that our people were given.
Where is the urgency of proclaiming the last message of mercy to our dying world? It seems that Rome would rather we embrace its pantheistic teachings rather than warn the world of the coming tyranny and lawlessness when the mark of the beast is enforced. The new climate religion is replacing our long-standing historic mission and message.
Faithfulness to God, faithfulness to the Word of God and faithfulness to the people of God leaves us with no other choice than to denounce and resist these and any efforts described above. Charles Spurgeon said it best when he wrote the following words that describe our current condition:
“Having enough faults of their own, they (God’s people) were yet ready to go to the school of the filthy Canaanites and educate themselves still more in the arts of iniquity. It was certain that they could learn no good from men whom the Lord condemned to utter destruction. Few would wish to go to the condemned cell for learning, yet Israel sat at the feet of accursed Canaan and rose up proficient in every abomination” (Charles Spurgeon).