God is Green

Never one to shy away from stirring things up with his sermon content, Rob Bell is at it again with his current series titled God is Green. The series is an in-depth look at the connection between God, man and the environment and includes a Q&A session with Matthew Sleeth, author of Serve God, Save the Planet.

Personally I’ve found the 5-part series to be very challenging. No matter how you feel about global warming and other issues concerning the planet and our environment, turning to God and his Word for insight is never a bad thing. In doing so I’ve found myself agreeing with Bell’s perspective and considering ways that I myself might consume less an adjust my lifestyle to be more in tune with Creation.

You can download the complete series for a limited time at the Mars Hill teaching page. You can listen to Bell’s contribution titled “crackus drivewaya michiganus” below.

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3 thoughts on “God is Green

  1. i thought he was white and blond? that’s what the picture on the wall looks like. jesus looked like a bearded irish lady, everyone knows that! all middle eastern people 2 millenia ago looked that way, geez.

    (but in seriousness, nice post)

  2. Hi, my name is Dustin and I work with Christians in Conservation: A Rocha USA. You mentioned Dr. Matthew Sleeth, and I thought that you might like to know that Dr. Sleeth has recently become president of our organization. We would love for you to check us out at our website, en.arocha.org/usa.

    The Mars Hill sermons have been getting a very positive response, for the most part. We’re thrilled that so many people have had the opportunity to hear Dr. Sleeth’s message and have responded well to the challenge.

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