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When God created the world, things were as they should be—trees and flowers everywhere, plenty of food, and clean, perfect air. But when you... Read More
When God created the world, things were as they should be—trees and flowers everywhere, plenty of food, and clean, perfect air. But when you look out your window today, the picture is far from what God intended in the garden of Eden—landfills are overflowing, trees and flowers are dying, and people are going hungry. In short, this world is crowded, polluted, and headed for trouble. But it’s not hopeless. When Emma Sleeth was only fifteen she started working to save our planet, and she still believes we’re called by God to protect the resources that he gave us. In this updated and expanded edition of It's Easy Being Green, you’ll learn how to honor God in the choices you make and begin to understand the impact those choices have on the environment. You can make a difference at school, around the house, and all over the world as you make choices about everything from transportation to food to clothes. Your generation could be the one to stop global warming and help restore our world. Join Emma on the quest to serve God by saving the planet.
About the Contributor(s)Emma Sleeth was fifteen years old when she wrote It’s Easy Being Green. Now twenty-one, Emma writes and speaks about...Emma Sleeth was fifteen years old when she wrote It’s Easy Being Green. Now twenty-one, Emma writes and speaks about creation care around the country. She recently graduated from Asbury University and currently resides in Lexington, KY.show more
Weight (lbs)0.44 lb
Case Weight (lbs)17.64 lb
Dimensions 8.0(h) x 5.25(w) x 0.54(d) inches
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