Posted by: jblevins | July 22, 2008

“Old Testament Ecology” Cites Green Building Program

Justin, of Weatherford, Texas, writes a blog called “Old Testament Ecology“, and recently highlighted our Bottom Line Ministries report, and our overall Green Buildings Program, as a different entry point into the conversation for churches through cost savings. Check it out – and the rest of his blog. There is some good thinking happening.

The only thing I would add is that I hope that cost savings is only the entry point into the larger conversation, and that greening your buildings can be seen not only as a way to free up money for ministry, but as a ministry all its own. Click here for a YouTube video about a congregation that found this to be the case.

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  1. thanks for mentioning the site!


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