Green Mama: The Guilt-Free Guide to Helping You and Your Kids Save the Planet (Google eBook)

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Zondervan, Mar 9, 2010 - Religion - 208 pages
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Moms today are busier than ever. Taking care of the planet sounds like a great ideaóbut in the midst of taking care of your kids, it becomes just one more thing to feel guilty about not doing. Tracey Bianchi knows what itís like to live in the middle of suburbia with a to-do list too long to write down. In this Green Mama Ebook, she brings green living within reach for every overtired, overstressed, and overwhelmed mom. Her practical suggestions help moms like you make environmentally wise choices at the grocery store, schoolyard, and kitchen table, while keeping an eye on the kids and the budget. With creative tips, tricks, and resources, she shares her stories of successes and failures in saving the planet and inspiring her kids to love Godís world. Moms need a resource like Green Mama to remind them that green living is not another chore but an invitation to a creative partnership with God. As Bianchi enthusiastically tells you, green living is more than a trendóit is Godís beautiful plan for the planet and for your life. This book and its contents are not authorized, endorsed, sponsored or approved by The Green Mama, LLC
  

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a wonderful book for all families

User Review  - shannon - Christianbook.com

Green Mama is a wonderful book I enjoyed this book so much! There were so many key points she made that just started you thinking about more and more ways to go "Green". I really liked how at the end ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

easy to read, easy to apply ideas connected with being better stewards of God's great earth Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
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About the author (2010)

Tracey Bianchi is an editorial advisor and quarterly columnist for Christianity Todayís Gifted for Leadership newsletter and MOPS Internationalís Fullfill magazine. A frequent speaker at MOPS groups and MOPS International conventions, she earned a master of divinity degree with honors from Denver Seminary. She is now the director of womenís ministries for Christ Church of Oak Brook, where she regularly teaches large groups and classes. Bianchi lives in Chicago with her family.

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