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People of faith who care about God’s creation face a dilemma: how do we clean our homes without hurting the planet? Fortunately, there's plenty of green cleaning products out there today and the concept of homemade cleaning products is becoming easier and more common. (you’ll save money while exposing yourself to fewer harmful chemicals!) In honor of Earth Day, author and co-founder of Blessed Earth, Nancy Sleeth, shares her top ten spring cleaning tips for saving time, money, and God’s green earth.

In this week's Saturday Evening Post, J.D. Walt offers an encouragement, a resource and an invitation to a Sabbath Challenge. 

Rise is a series designed to offer our Seedbed community a rich theological reflection to dwell on upon waking. Drink deeply from the well of His resurrection and the wealth of the Church. 

Rise is a series designed to offer our Seedbed community a rich theological reflection to dwell on upon waking. Drink deeply from the well of His resurrection and the wealth of the Church.   

Rise is an experimental series designed to offer our Seedbed Community a rich theological reflection to dwell on upon waking. This week features excerpts from On Pascha, the earliest Christian sermon surviving antiquity. Drink deeply from the well of Resurrection and the wealth of the Church. 

Rise is an experimental series designed to offer our Seedbed Community a rich theological reflection to dwell on upon waking. This week features excerpts from On Pascha, the earliest Christian sermon surviving antiquity. Drink deeply from the well of Resurrection and the wealth of the Church. 

Rise is an experimental series designed to offer our Seedbed Community a rich theological reflection to dwell on upon waking. This week features excerpts from On Pascha, the earliest Christian sermon surviving antiquity. Drink deeply from the well of Resurrection and the wealth of the Church. 

  Rise is an experimental series designed to offer our Seedbed community a rich theological reflection to dwell on upon waking. This week features excerpts from On Pascha, the earliest Christian sermon surviving antiquity. Drink deeply from the well of Resurrection and the wealth of the Church. 

The place where life transformation happened in the Wesleyan tradition was always the class meeting. But overtime this powerful tradition has largely been abandoned. We will show you how you can reclaim class meetings at your church.

In today's Saturday evening Post, J.D. Walt prescribes a simple plan for getting in shape called S.E.E.D.S. See what it's about. It's simpler than you think. 

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