Holy Sparks is a collection of ecopoetry with a spiritual (ecotheological) spin--poems grounded in a belief in the kinship between the cosmos and its Creator. Biophilic imagery is used throughout the poems to suggest that reverence for the earth is a natural consequence of reverence for God. The language of poetry is used to interconnect the human, natural and sacred, and to express humanity's moral and ethical responsibility to our nonhuman kin. These poems question what it means for humans to live in right relationship with earth's lifesystems, and they suggest that our very identity is tied to our reverence for the natural world. They offer a space of confession, reparation and praise of what remains. Holy Sparks is a call to partake of Earth's wisdom so that we might participate in the Creator's ongoing work.