Previous Posts

  • Introducing the Matthew Sleeth Seminary Stewardship Alliance Award
  • Serving God and Saving the Planet one bottle at a time
  • Faith Radio Interviewed Matthew on the Topic of Caring for God’s Creation
  • Matthew Receives an Honorary Doctorate
  • Finding Paradise in Paradise
  • The Blessing of Visiting College Campuses
  • Blessed Earth Tennessee Plants Literal and Spiritual Trees in Haiti
  • Ten Schools in the Pacific Northwest Joining the Seminary Stewardship Alliance
  • Goodbye to a Friend
  • Earn $1,000 for Doing the Right Thing!
  • Announcement from Matthew About New Book
  • Sleeths Commission One Hundred Stewardship Advocates
  • Blessed Earth Launches First State Chapter
  • Dr. Sleeth Gives Keynote at Kentucky Governor’s Prayer Breakfast
  • Matthew visits with Students in Chapel Hill, NC
  • A Visit to Polyface Farm
  • Green Christmas Boxes
  • SSA News: Asbury Community Garden Feeds Both Students and Knowledge
  • SSA News: AMBS Students Harvest Maple Syrup from Campus Trees
  • Dr Matthew Sleeth Spends Earth Day at Campbellsville University
  • April 22 – National Cathedral
  • Planted: A Story of Creation, Calling, and Community
  • November’s Monthly Challenge: Be a Hospitable Host!
  • North Carolina Creation Care Year Continues to Inspire
  • September’s Monthly Challenge: Celebrate the Sabbath!
  • August’s Monthly Challenge: Take Control of Your Computer!
  • July’s Monthly Challenge: Live Locally!
  • Summoned Toward Wholeness: Food and Faith Conference
  • Going Green in Scotland
  • Blessed Earth and Friends Approach Earth Day with Creativity, Good Stewardship Practices
  • North Carolina Creation Care Year Off To a Successful Start
  • Eat With Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food
  • Summoned Toward Wholeness: Food and Faith Conference
  • Forty Days of Lent: An Almost Amish Journey Toward a Slower, Simpler, More Sustainable Life
  • Creation Care Year
  • Seminary Stewardship Alliance
  • About Blessed Earth
  • Special Report: Creation Care at the 2012 Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (Part 3 of 3)
  • Special Report: Creation Care at the 2012 Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (Part 2 of 3)
  • Rethinking the Manger
  • Special Report: Creation Care at the 2012 Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (Part 1 of 3)
  • Hugging the Tree of Life: Revelation 21, Ecotopia (Part 6 of 7)
  • Discovering the Sabbath Shouldn’t Be Work: The New 24/6 Film Curricula for Your Small Group
  • 24/6: A Prescription for a Healthier, Happier Life
  • National Cathedral/Blessed Earth Partnership Begins This Month!
  • 12043
  • Mark 1:9-13: Jesus, Animals, and Isaiah—part 5 of 7
  • Press Release: Blessed Earth Participates in White House Dialogue on Congregations and Energy Efficiency
  • Why Our Roots in the Land Still Matter
  • September 28 – Asbury University
  • September 9 – Bethlehem United Methodist Church
  • August 18 – Lexington Farmer’s Market
  • Colossians 1:9-20: The Cosmic Christ — part 4 of 7
  • October 14 – Embrace Church
  • October 13 – Healthy Foods, Local Farms Conference
  • October 7 – National Cathedral
  • September 23 – Dawson Family of Faith
  • September 6 – PEO
  • August 24 – CoffeeTree Books
  • About Blessed Earth
  • Romans 8:19-21: We are so Connected — part 3 of 7
  • Relationship Building Leads to Seminary Alliance
  • Picking up Trash on the Road to Creation Care
  • A Picnic for All Occasions
  • Making Peace with the Land: God’s Call to Reconcile with Creation
  • His Good Work is Everywhere!
  • Matthew 6.25-34: A Lesson from the Earth — part 2 of 7
  • And What Does God Require?
  • Thank you & Earth Day video
  • Earth Day 2012 – A time to Celebrate
  • Almost Amish
  • Blessed Earth Film Series – Re-release news!
  • Hugging the Tree of Life – 1 of 7
  • Great response to Almost Amish
  • Almost Amish
  • New “Go Green, Save Green” Resource – and it’s Free!
  • The Spirituality of Saving the Earth
  • Sabbath Bread
  • August 5-6 – Silver Bay YMCA
  • Life is Green in St. Andrews
  • Learning and practicing respect for the earth
  • Respecting this beautiful place
  • April News
  • Creation Care New Year’s Resolutions for 2012
  • Christmas Update and Blessing
  • Sabbath in a 24/7 World
  • Tree Planting Project
  • Save Our Hemlocks
  • Red Letter Christian Interview
  • Blessing the Animals as They Bless Us
  • What does God require? Part 4: Creatures of the land
  • Chickens and Discipleship
  • Q&A with Nancy
  • Taking a Break from Consumerism
  • Water Ad
  • Creation Care Scriptures
  • Practicing Water Awareness
  • Why I Don’t Drink Bottled Water
  • The Gift of Water
  • What Does God Require? Part 3: The Land & Warfare
  • Year of Plenty
  • Five Years in the Making
  • Blessed Earth partners with the National Cathedral
  • Summer Tip Sheets
  • Observing the Sabbath
  • Reaching out in the Namibian Desert
  • Irresistible “Healthy” Cinnamon Rolls
  • Carpool Prayers
  • Rhododendrons at the Red River Gorge
  • A Place at the Table
  • Sharing the Stuff We Have
  • Practical Ways to be a Christian Each Day
  • Hospitality: God, Humans and Animals
  • Kentucky’s Lady Slipper Orchid
  • The Gospel According to the Earth
  • Go Green, Save Green
  • Serve God, Save the Planet
  • It’s Easy Being Green
  • Hope for Creation Guidebook
  • Hope for Humanity Guidebook
  • The Green Bible
  • Pollution and the Death of Man
  • For the Beauty of the Earth
  • Earth-Wise
  • Green Like God
  • Tending to Eden
  • Redeeming Creation
  • Green Revolution
  • Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community
  • Saving God’s Green Earth
  • Green, American Style
  • Living More With Less
  • Fast Food Nation
  • Omnivore’s Dilemma
  • Deep Economy
  • Global Warming & the Risen Lord
  • A Sand County Almanac
  • Wilderness World of John Muir
  • Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
  • Care of Creation
  • We All Live Downstream
  • Thoreau's Legacy
  • Holy Ground
  • Zealous Love
  • The Eleventh Commandment
  • The Gift of Creation
  • What About the Poor?
  • Falling in Love with Our Green God
  • The Specks in Our Own Eyes
  • Tip Sheets Ad
  • 700 Club Interview #2
  • The Great Omission
  • Martin Luther quote
  • Salad Season!
  • For Our Viewing Pleasure
  • 700 Club Interview
  • What Should Christians Eat?
  • Genetically Modified or God’s Perfect Organism?
  • Eating Mercifully
  • The Glorious Demise of Squealy the Pig
  • Stewardship of Time
  • Spring Clean, Green Clean
  • Green Jesus, the Meaning of Easter
  • Earth Week ad
  • The Earth is Yours
  • April 6 – Objections to caring for God’s creation
  • Easter, Naturally
  • The Triple Bottom Line
  • Where Faith Meets Fair Trade
  • From the Third World to the Corporate Office
  • What Does God Require? Part 1: The Land
  • Podcasts
  • March 23 – Lent, Windows vs. Insulation, Gas Prices
  • March 17 – Nuclear Power
  • Twitter
  • Call Me a Beginner
  • An Earth Day Connection
  • March 1 – Gleaning, Air Filters & Mountaintop Removal
  • Make Earth Day a Church Day
  • All Creation Worships the Creator
  • Earth Week 2011
  • The Question That Haunts Me
  • Back to the Beginning
  • Technology, Social Networking, and Babel Tower
  • A Call to Simplicity
  • A Sense of Place
  • Connectivity: Poverty and Deforestation
  • Closed Doors
  • An Old Testament Professor and Creation Care
  • Why Should Christians Care?
  • Eating from the Pantry
  • Rubber Bands, Cardboard Boxes, and Junk Mail
  • Going Green One Month at a Time
  • One Person Can Make a Big Difference
  • What Can I Give Him
  • The Amazon Miracle
  • Party Tips—Impact and Contributions
  • Podcast Ad
  • Thirsting for Life in Africa
  • The Connection Between the Poor and the Earth
  • More Than Enough
  • Loving the Forest
  • Cheering Trees
  • Dr. Sleeth To Speak Live Online
  • A “Treehugger’s Theology?”
  • Beginning to Downsize
  • As for me and my house
  • Focal – Energy Audit
  • Going Green at VBS
  • Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins
  • Keeping the Sabbath a Priority
  • Your Story Guidelines
  • The Power of a Nap
  • Excitement of Silence
  • Delicious Challah on the Sabbath
  • Roasted veggie foil packets – Welcome, fall!
  • Focal – Your Story
  • Focal – Tip Sheets
  • The Many Uses of Baking Soda
  • The Speck in My Neighbor’s Eye
  • Killing the Insect Who Prays
  • Music & Creation Care
  • A Simple Toy
  • The Price of a Bird
  • Ministry That Makes Cents
  • Packing Eco-Friendly School Lunches
  • What the Church Can Offer the Environmental Movement
  • Reading Serve God, Save the Planet in the Wilderness
  • Focal – Resources
  • Focal – Newsletter
  • Earth Friendly Back to School Shopping
  • Our Mission
  • Video
  • God’s Rx for Health
  • Generation 2:15
  • National Day of Prayer for the Oil Spill
  • Creation Care In Action: Recycling at Ichthus
  • Action through Art
  • Green Tips for Summer: Wet Wisdom
  • On Accidents, Weddings, and Zinnias
  • Ask the Animals
  • God’s Rhythm
  • In Memory of Crocodile John
  • Milky Way/Bars
  • HOW TO: Host an Eco-Friendly Birthday Party
  • Oil Spill Prompts Environmental Soul-Searching
  • Why Be a Nature Lover?
  • He Calls Them By Name
  • Nancy Sleeth discusses Gulf Oil Spill
  • Like Trees in Good Soil
  • The Great Oil Kill
  • Blessed Earth featured in ‘Guideposts’
  • Your Story: Reflection on ‘Hope for Creation’
  • The Water Planet
  • Blush
  • Author urges a simpler, more respectful way of life
  • Easy Foods You Can Grow at Home
  • And It Was Good
  • Trash In Your Garden
  • Children of the Light
  • Gratitude for Your Support
  • Green for Life: Parenting
  • Making Earth Day a Church Day
  • Plant Trees for Arbor Day
  • Save Money While you Brush Your Teeth!
  • Creation Care Brings New Life
  • Is de-icer harmful to the environment?
  • An Eco-Friendly Valentine’s Day
  • A Call to Care
  • Largest Faith-Based Earth Day Broadcast Event Announced
  • Faith and the Earth at center of summit
  • Car Seat Shuffle
  • A Slippery Slope
  • My Journey into Creation Care
  • How can I reduce my garbage output?
  • Fair Trade Chocolate
  • What are the healthiest organic fruits?
  • Don’t Forget to Feed the Birds
  • Dominion Implies Responsibility
  • Brussels Sprouts– from icky to incredible!
  • Light Switch Dilemma
  • Hands and Feet
  • Three Green Peas and Two Pennies
  • How to Eco-Entertain Guests
  • Walking Boldly Ahead
  • New Year’s Tips that Care for Creation
  • Resolution for 2010: Sabbath Quiet
  • Basics about Composting
  • Celebrating Our Savior’s Birth
  • Baked Oatmeal for Christmas Morning!
  • Confessions of a Recovering Retail Manager
  • Going Green with Holiday Meals
  • Shopping Consignment
  • Warming up your car
  • Going Green is Not a Gray Area
  • Students provide hope for the Kingdom
  • Can I leave on outdoor lights at night?
  • Connecting Faith with Creation
  • Green Gift Giving Ideas
  • Jordan Pond
  • Pumpkin Pancakes and Black Bean Bisque
  • Floating for Faith
  • Year-End Appeal: Matching Grant Opportunity!
  • What type of Christmas tree is greener?
  • Grateful for Provision
  • How to Go Green: Thanksgiving Day
  • Cloth vs. Disposable Diapers
  • Part I: Protecting God’s Medicine Chest
  • Dr. Matthew Sleeth speaks at Campbellsville University
  • What temperature is best for my water heater?
  • How should I wash my clothes?
  • Getting a new heating and cooling system?
  • Sunrise, Sunset
  • Showers vs. Baths
  • Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins
  • Setting Up a Green Nursery
  • From Thought to Action
  • God’s Medicine Chest
  • Life Beyond the Trends
  • Is Conservation Enough?
  • Knowing Where to Place Our Trust
  • Shop, Share, and Save!
  • Which type of water bottle is best?
  • Creation Care Gets Heaven’s Attention
  • Quick Fixes for Your Energy Budget
  • Eco-Friendly Appliances
  • How can I insulate my home on a budget?
  • Matthew Sleeth on the Environment
  • Going Green for God
  • Why is Composting Important?
  • A Bountiful Harvest
  • RELEVANT: Green Living Saves Green
  • Students pray for God’s creation
  • What should I do with fall leaves?
  • Getting Green With God
  • An Ounce of Prevention
  • What can I do with old plastic bags?
  • Buying New Furniture?
  • Making Vinegar a Better-Smelling Cleaner
  • What uses the most energy in my home?
  • Can I soften up line-dried clothes?
  • Greening of the Graves
  • How do you dispose of light bulbs?
  • PT. 2: Blessed Earth on ’700 Club’
  • The Doctor’s Final Patient: The Earth
  • Reducing Water Waste
  • Recycling Medications
  • Matches vs. Lighters
  • Is it safe to turn the fridge temperature all the way up?
  • Blessed Earth on ‘The 700 Club’
  • A Family Transformation
  • With Clothing, Less is More
  • Choosing good green living
  • Red, White and Blue Go Green
  • Hand-Washing vs. the Dishwasher
  • What is a phantom load?
  • How do I stop receiving junk mail?
  • What is the biggest water-user in the home?
  • What is green power?
  • Doesn’t it use more energy to return my home to the desired temperature than to leave it at my optimum?
  • Caring for a Green Planet
  • Evangelical Leaders Going Green?
  • Houghton College Partners with Blessed Earth to Go Green
  • My Family’s Journey to Reduce Our Carbon Footprint
  • Chuck Colson: ‘Common-Sense Environmentalism’
  • For the Beauty of Our Own Backyards
  • Small Changes, Big Impact
  • Mothers Can Still Dream
  • Earth Day In India
  • Alan Colmes interviews Nancy Sleeth
  • Restoring Eden in Your Own Backyard
  • First Steps that Pay Off
  • It’s time for us to go green
  • Update from India!
  • A Broken Promise
  • Going green for God
  • Earth Hour 2009 set to unplug millions
  • Confessions of an Evangelical Treehugger
  • Will Evangelicals Celebrate Earth Day?
  • From Yard Sale to ‘Free Sale’
  • Reach Out to the Least of His Creatures
  • From a Mother’s Heart
  • Go Green: Small Changes, Big Results
  • Miracles for Our Family
  • The Trip to Delhi
  • God’s Green Earth
  • Will Christians Save the Planet?
  • Creation’s ‘New Awakening’
  • Letter from India
  • Back to the Basics
  • thanksgiving
  • a call to social justice
  • The ‘green’ commandment
  • being green in the cold
  • New tool for ‘green’ Christians: ecofriendly Bible
  • People have duty to care for Earth, summit speakers say
  • ACU Summit speaker stresses importance of environmental stewardship
  • shine brightly
  • “ignite your faith” magazine review
  • ichthus music festival
  • finals are over!
  • publishers weekly
  • Christian Colleges’ Green Revolution
  • Rx for Excess
  • Finding My Religion
  • Some evangelical Christians preaching environmentalism
  • “Green” Initiatives at CCCU Campuses
  • The Gospel of J. Matthew
  • Evangelizing for the Earth
  • Will Christians Save the Planet?
  • Physical Work, Spiritual Health
  • Going Green with God
  • Add 10 Years to Your Life — Guaranteed!
  • Can Americans Prevent Future Katrinas?
  • The Future of Eco-Evangelism
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