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There are all kinds of books that encourage readers to do this or that or the other thing to make the world a better place.
Goodwin's experience brings a fresh perspective to the growing conversation about environmentalism and sustainable living, which is captured in the subtitle.
The author intersperses the chapters with meditations, homilies, humor, and wisdom, and overall the book was a delightful read.
A lot of fun and presents many great growth opportunities. I thought it might dig a bit deeper, but maybe I'll have to plow through it again to be sure I've harvested all I could.Published 4 days ago by A voice from the wilds
While I am enjoying reading of this exercise that the Goodwin family undertook, it occurs to me that the Proverbs 31 woman not only ate food she grew herself, but also brought her... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. A., Church
Craig Goodwin gives us an honest and often funny perspective of learning to live with "less is more".
It should be a required bible study for all Christian faiths. Read more
Easy and hard to read at the same time. Worth the time to learn about the concept of eating local food, growing one's own food, and the unusual effort of finding out about the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Judy Gitchel
A great book for the follower of Christ who cares to think about their own environmental impact. The author is pretty funny too, I would read this during my down time and I didn't... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Demetra James
The Goodwin family grew in many respects over the course of a year of learning to take their food and its sources seriously. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Virginia Berney
A very well written and interesting book. This is one which was selected by our church women's group for our reading program.Published 13 months ago by Ruthanne Briggs
Not much helpful information on actually doing anything. More of a spiritual self-help book for middle-class American Christians suffering from excess consumerism.Published 17 months ago by M. Miller