Earth Day: The Christian case for embracing a hippie holiday

Matthew Sleeth

Washington Post


Podcast Interview

Bill Radke

NPR


Interview with Matthew Sleeth,MD

Jonathan Petersen

Bible Gateway


4 Important Spiritual Lessons From Trees in the Bible

Matthew Sleeth

Guide Posts


How Becoming a Tree Hugger Can Change Your Faith

Jesse Carey

Relevant Magazine


Fox Radio Interview

Lauren Green

Fox News Radio


Reforesting Faith Reading Plan

WaterBrook Multnomah

Bible.com


Trail of Trees

Matthew Sleeth

Plant With Purpose


What Trees Reveal About God

Matthew Sleeth

Ann Voskamp Blog


Life Lessons from a Tree

Matthew Sleeth

Alliance Life


What Trees Teach Us About Life, Death, and Resurrection.

Matthew Sleeth

Christianity Today


Caring For God’s Creation

A radio interview with Faith Radio’s Neil Stavem

Faith Radio


The Benefits Some Families See from Observing the Sabbath

Jennifer Graham

Deseret News


“With Thankful Hearts:” Hood Theological Seminary graduates go forth to serve a Challenging World

Hugh Fisher

SalisburyPost


Sabbath Keeping with Dr. Matthew Sleeth

a Threshing Floor Podcast

Seedbed


Dr. Matthew Sleeth on Creation Care

a Threshing Floor Podcast

Seedbed


“The Importance of a ‘Stop Day'”

Ben Tinker

CNN


“Living 24/6 in a 24/7 World”

Matthew Sleeth

Washington Post


“Why We Need a Stop Day”

Gayle Trotter

Beliefnet


“Greening for God: Evangelicals Learn to Love Earth Day”

David Wheeler

The Atlantic


“Answering the Call of Creation Care”

Charlie Pearl

The State Journal, Frankfort, KY


“Green Marketing Conference Brings Faith-Based Speaker”

Scott Sloan

Lexington Herald-Leader


“Rx for Excess”

Andy Crouch

Books and Culture, Christianity Today


“Matthew Sleeth on the Environment”

Drew Dyck

Christianity Today


“New Tool for Green Christians”

Jane Lampman

Christian Science Monitor


“People Have Duty to Care for the Earth”

Aaron Ogg

Grand Rapids Press


“More Christians Embracing Green Living”

Chuck Manson

EverydayChristian.com


“Finding My Religion”

David Ian Miller

San Francisco Chronicle