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Friday, September 11, 2009

Blogoversary Giveaway #3



Giveaway #3 is for US and Canada only, a copy of A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions by Katharine Hayhoe and Andrew Farley, thanks to FaithWords. A Winner will be announced October 18th.

A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions


Global warming: it's one of the hottest scientific and political issues of today. And yet we've all found ourselves asking . . .

- It's freezing outside--where's global warming now?
- Climate is always changing--how do we know this isn't just a cycle?
- Why should Christians care about global warming when we know the world won't end that way?

For all the talk about climate change, there's still a great deal of debate about what it all means, especially among Christians. A CLIMATE FOR CHANGE offers straightforward answers to these questions, without the spin. This book untangles the complex science and tackles many long-held misconceptions about global warming. Authored by a climate scientist and a pastor, A CLIMATE FOR CHANGE boldly explores the role our Christian faith can play in guiding our opinions on this important global issue.

What is one thing you do for our environment?

Good luck all! And for the fun of it, after your MANDATORY entry above, any of the following will get you additional entries...

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33 comments and creative thoughts:

Abi said...

To help my enviroment. I put trash where it belongs.

This sounds like it could be an interesting book.

I'd love to win thanks.

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Abi said...

I posted a blog entry about this book @ my blog

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Abi said...

I added you to my Blog list favs. sites to visit.

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Abi said...

I put your anniversary icon under my giveaway section in my side bar

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Abi said...

I added your main icon for your site to my side bar too.

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Abi said...

I am a subscriber to your mailing list.

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Abi said...

I am a follower of your blog

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Lynn McCallum said...

What we do for the environment:- we use natural cleaning products, such as vinegar, instead of chemicals.

Debbie F said...

Please include me!
+1 I follow - google friend
+1 I follow - network blogs
+1 I follow you on twitter @dcf_beth

Thanks
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Carmen7351 said...

I recycle everything I can. Try to reuse items as often as possible.
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Follow your blog via email.
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I'm already a fan on FB.
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Wanda said...

One thing I do for the environment is compost all my fruit and vegetable peelings.
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Wanda said...

I am already a follower through Google Friend Connect.
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Wanda said...

I subscribe via the Google Reader feed. wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com

Edna said...

We all need to be aware of what we do to this old earth, those little ones coming on behind us is the ones that will have to live with all this mess.

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Alice H said...

I recycle a lot more than I used to - even plastic bags. Its hard here because the city doesn't do recycling pick up but I know its important. Thanks for the chance! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

Alice H said...

I subscribe via google reader - thanks! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

Alice H said...

I follow you on twitter - I'm alicedemske - thanks! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

Alice H said...

I follow through Google Friend Connect - thanks! alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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Diana said...

I use a reuseable grocery bag and water bottles.

This book sounds fascinating!

Diana said...

I'm a google friend.

Diana said...

Subscribe via feedburner.

Diana said...

Follow on twitter.

Diana said...

Tweeted:

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Diana said...

Facebook fan

Rebecca N. said...

We recently started recycling all of our plastic bottles and using more natural cleaners like vinegar and baking soda around our home.

Homemade Drain Cleaner
1/4 Cup Baking Soda
1/2 Cup Vinegar
**
Pour soda down then follow with vinegar
((It will bubble, kids will love it!!!))
Let it sit for 20 minutes and rinse!
This recipe was copied from Focusing on The Bible, Family, and the Great Deals
It works great so I thought I'd pass it along!

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I Added your blog to my technorati favs

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I follow your blog via google friend connect!

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I Follow your blog through Networked Blogs

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