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Go Green, $ave Green - Press Kit

Go Green, $ave Green - Press Kit

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Published by: Will Sears on Feb 20, 2013
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Nancy Sleeth
lives an
,sustainable life and gives youthe easy
“how to”
in her guide,
“Go Green, $ave Green”
By Nancy Sleeth
Many people want to “go green” but put it off because they believe it’s tootime consuming and too expensive. Not so! Nancy Sleeth and her familyhave been living an eco-friendly lifestyle for years saving both time and
money. Now, for the rst time, she divulges hundreds of practical, easy-
to-implement steps that you can take to create substantial money savingswhile protecting the earth. Sleeth also demonstrates how going greenhelps people live more God-centered lives by becoming better stewards
of nancial and natural resources.
“At last a book on personal simplicity that isn’tafraid to talk about values and soul! It’s framedfor the faithful, but I most strongly recommendit for the secular. We should also learn to talkfrom the heart as Nancy Sleeth does -- aboutour back yard and our kitchens!”
Carl Pope
Executive Director, Sierra Club 
Home Lawn & GardenWork TransportationFood SabbathHolidays EntertainmentSchool ChurchCommunity
Go Green,
$ave Green
is the author of
Go Green, Save Green: A Simple guide to saving time, money, and God’s green earth.
The book is the rst-
ever practical guide for going green from a faith perspective.After a spiritual and environmental conversion experience, Sleeth andher family radically altered their footprint, reducing their electricity useto one-tenth and their fossil fuel use to one third the national averages.Along with her husband, Matthew, Nancy now travels throughout the U.S.speaking and writing about faith and the environment.Prior to heeding this environmental calling, Sleeth served as communi-cations director for a
Fortune 500 
company and as a high school andcollege educator and administrator, most recently at Asbury College inWilmore, Kentucky. Sleeth is a graduate of Georgetown University andholds a masters degree in journalism.She and Matthew (author of
Serve God, Save the Planet 
) are the parentsof Clark, who is preparing for a calling in missionary medicine, and EmmaSleeth, a student at Asbury College and author of
It’s Easy Being Green 
(Zondervan, Spring 2008).

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