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Green Church: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice! Paperback – March 1, 2010
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"I can't imagine a church of any size that will not benefit from using this book. It is lively, easy to read, and wonderfully practical. Get it, and use it!" - J. Ellsworth, Kalas, author of Parables from the Back Side
- A 2012 Selection of the United Methodist Women's Reading List
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The book is loaded with shocking data and rationale for the need to: "reduce, reuse, recycle and rejoice." The "floating garbage patch," on page 70 is enough to get the men in the church doing the Cha cha alongside their gals. Scientists have traced DDT and PCB toxins through the food chain and into breast milk. Hey guys! How about the $20,000.00 that Wesley Methodist raised recycling? Everyone will want to do the Church Cha cha!
My spiritual group will implement projects to do our part, as a result of this calling to awareness. We will begin by asking our community to put recyclable bins in every building in our city. Our daily habits and those of our community will benefit as we pass healthy habits on to our youth. In addition to money saving tips Rebecca offers the church valuable references.
She uses family laughter and anecdotes to add color and character to her calling for humankind to become responsible inhabitants of this planet. The books are loaded with guidance and directions to help turn your church Green. Ministers and church leaders have a book to assist them on their path in the right direction. Everyone in your church and community will embrace Green Church.
Rebekah is not an author who merely suggests--but also gives lots of real life examples from her life and her community. The book does not feel "preachy" but is filled with down-home examples of "how to". She even includes true story confessions of "what not to do."
Best part: This book can be applied to any house of worship OR your own personal existence. I am Jewish and got a lot out of it.
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I bought this for the pastors and do not know if they have read it yet. It should help them support our Creation Care efforts.Published on May 26, 2013 by Elizabeth Walters
This book was great. I truly believe in sustainability and spirituality. This book touch that on all cylinders with a call to action.Published on April 18, 2013 by James Wilson
I bought it, because it is on the ladies unit's reading list. I wanted to find out what a Green Church was.Published on January 15, 2013 by Carolyn
I have recently moved to a small town and still searching for a church, but look forward to using this book as a guide to start a "green" team wherever I land!Published on January 6, 2013 by Shirley Comes-Jeffrey