Go Green, Save Green: A Simple Guide to Saving Time, Money, and God's Green Earth (2020)

Go Green Save Green A Simple Guide to Saving Time Money and God s Green Earth Many people want to go green but put it off because they believe it s too time consuming and too expensive Not so Nancy Sleeth and her family have been living an eco friendly lifestyle for years savin
  • Title: Go Green, Save Green: A Simple Guide to Saving Time, Money, and God's Green Earth
  • Author: Nancy Sleeth
  • ISBN: 9781414326986
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Many people want to go green but put it off because they believe it s too time consuming and too expensive Not so Nancy Sleeth and her family have been living an eco friendly lifestyle for years saving both time and money Now, for the first time, she divulges hundreds of practical, easy to implement steps that you can take to create substantial money savings while proMany people want to go green but put it off because they believe it s too time consuming and too expensive Not so Nancy Sleeth and her family have been living an eco friendly lifestyle for years saving both time and money Now, for the first time, she divulges hundreds of practical, easy to implement steps that you can take to create substantial money savings while protecting the earth Sleeth also demonstrates how going green helps people live God centered lives by becoming better stewards of financial and natural resources Chapter titles include 1 Home 2 Lawn and Garden 3 Work 4 Transportation 5 Food 6 Sabbath 7 Holidays 8 Entertainment 9 School 10 Church 11 Nature and 12 Community Features Hundreds of simple, easy to implement money saving tips for going green at home and at the office Simple cost saving formulas that allow readers to calculate their energy financial savings as they go green Helpful try this instead of that charts offering money saving green solutions for everyday living Inspirational Scripture and quotes from church leaders both historical and current that support the biblically mandated stewardship component of going green
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    One Reply to “Go Green, Save Green: A Simple Guide to Saving Time, Money, and God's Green Earth”

    1. I skimmed this in one 3 hour sitting, trying to get project ideas for my collective house It a was comprehensive collection of basic green tips, the same you d find on any website or magazine entitled go green Nothing new here, but did the trick of bringing them all together I liked the author s chatty tone and normie assumptions This is a super pro god, very Christian book, which works for what it is I have no Christian background and kind of hate the idea of god, but I definitely appreciate ce [...]

    2. This is Christian environmentalism at its best While this does talk about green ways to save money, this is about creation care and saving carving time out for what is most important Entwined throughout are spiritual messages about living green and practical ways to do just that Met the author and her author husband Matthew in a small group setting and they are just as sincere in person as their written message Their web site is blessedearth They are endorsed by people such as Wendell Berry and [...]

    3. Really enjoyed this book and all the practical suggestions in each chapter This book made a good adult Sunday school class and we had a number of good discussions about what we are already doing to take better care of the earth, as well as some new ideas we should try The study guide was helpful in leading the class The author just visited our church with her husband and they were very gracious and delightful to spend time with I highly recommend this book.

    4. Overall I appreciated her perspective on going green with of an emphasis on saving God s creation and saving money than on global warming and coming doom At times redundant and out there , most of her ideas were practical for anyone wanting to do their part Chapters include topics from home to food to sabbath and church.

    5. I ve always thought I ve been doing a good job conserving, recycling, etc but there is so much to learn, I m seeing, as I read this book The fact that this family became Christians during their quest to Save the Earth is even inspiring as we learn about what the Bible says about respecting God s creation.

    6. It s good but dense and I have met the Sleeths personally and know they are firmly committed with wonderful hearts This book will be too austere for many Excellently researched and lots of incredibly valuable information Use what you can and feels right for you Progress not perfection on your path of sustainability.

    7. I personally think this is a must read If you re interested in lowering your carbon footprint, looking to just cut back on what you use, or just wanting to save some money This book has tons of really great suggestions for getting started.

    8. An excellent resource with many good tips for reducing one s carbon footprint This book addresses all manner of ways to save the planet, from steps your family can make to things the wider community can do I have read a lot of books in this vein, but this one still has new and great ideas.

    9. This book contains good information about big and little things you can do to be green I even agree with her that God wants us to take care of the environment Unfortunately, I couldn t get past it s preachy and slightly self righteous tone.

    10. This book was definitely on the extreme, ideal side of environmentalism, but it was well researched and designed in a way to make it extremely applicable in your own life with checklists and check ups I would recommend.

    11. Great book with a refreshing focus on stewardship of our whole lives, not just our money Compelling and straightforward I really enjoyed it

    12. Practical ideas but nothing really groundbreaking for me I did enjoy a couple of her husband s books for a Christian perspective on creation care.

    13. Some of the suggestions were unrealistic I doubted a few of the statistics It was a bit redundant Overall, a decent read with many good ideas.

    14. Not quite as good as her other book, Almost Amish , but still great Would have helped me if we weren t already so thrifty We already do most of the suggested things.

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