Matthew Sleeth

The Forgotten Pollution

September 1, 2010

by Matthew Sleeth [Ed. note: This article is part of our series of weekly reflections, called Deep Down Things, published on Wednesdays.] As an emergency room physician, I often worked 24-hour shifts. Emergency room doctors are not alone—today nearly one-fifth of the world population works in shifts. Our regular patterns of waking and sleeping—called circadian [...]

“Our lives may be largely defined by what we keep and what we discard. Christ was abandoned on the cross, despised and rejected. Yet just because something is thrown away doesn’t mean that it wasn’t worth saving.”

The Christian Broadcasting Network’s 700 Club features the Sleeth family in a segment on creation care.

The 700 Club interviews Matthew and Nancy Sleeth of Blessed Earth.