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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
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Series: Green Church
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God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good.
Climate change is in the news. But what does it mean for Christians, and how can they help?
Green Church answers these questions in ways that are both hopeful and engaging. Citing Scripture and science, Rebekah Simon-Peter weaves in personal stories of Sabbath, gardening, recycling, camping, and the power of faith. She challenges us to consider our role in the care of Creation and to help save the earth for future generations.
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Known for teaching leaders how to bring out the best in the people who frustrate them the most, Rebekah Simon-Peter developer of the highly effective group coaching programs, Creating a Culture of Renewal helps clergy and laity across the country revitalize their congregations.
Raised in New England, Rebekah is now the Director of BridgeWorks, an extension ministry of the Rocky Mountain Conference. Rebekah is also an accomplished author whose books include The Jew Named Jesus, Green Church: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!, and 7 Simple Steps to Green Your Church.
A budding organic gardener, decent skier, and all out dog-lover, she lives in Casper, Wyoming with her husband Jerry Gonzales and their two furry friends, Max and Maddie.