I started the CRES course along with my doctoral program in climate change. The CRES course inspired and challenged me to think about how to integrate my knowledge with faith and real life. Particularly, writing a work diary was very helpful to reflect upon the environment and my daily life practice. Also working on a study paper certainly expanded the horizon of my knowledge and thought. The critical feedback from my CRES supervising tutors was quite constructive to upgrade my research and writing. One of the best parts of the CRES course was Creation Care and Integral Mission. As my doctoral research topic was the issues of environmental aid and Christian missiological response, I was particularly keen on this module. Creation Care and Integral Mission gave me insights about how to achieve environmental and developmental objectives for the poor. The module also left me with a future research assignment on exploring further Christian missiological response to this end.