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“Sleeth is the perfect missionary to American evangelicals for the environmental cause.―

—Andy Crouch, author of Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling “Matthew

Sleeth carries a fresh message and unique insights arising from a life of integrity and a vantage

point that offers glimpses of the world that most others miss.― —Dr. John Stumbo, president

of the US Christian and Missionary Alliance “Reforesting Faith immediately captures the

soul! It awakens a hunger for the vastness of God as well as the immediate presence of God.

Matthew has a great gift of taking something as common as a tree and exploding the Scripture

before our eyes, resulting in an overwhelming renewed love for our Lord.― —Jo Anne Lyon,

general superintendent emerita of the Wesleyan Church “Somewhere along the line, too

many people picked up the notion that loving trees was somehow pagan or Druidic. As this volume

makes clear, the Bible is a veritable forest, full of towering cedars and heavy-laden fruit trees.

Reading this will help make the Scriptures come more fully alive.― —Bill McKibben, author of

The Comforting Whirlwind: God, Job, and the Scale of Creation “Reforesting Faith is an

extraordinary book. Never before have I gone on a ‘nature walk through the Bible,†so

Iâ€m grateful I had Matthew Sleeth as a guide. Itâ€s fascinating to see the Bible through this

lens—and to realize the connection has been there all along. I heartily recommend this

captivating and beautifully written book that enables us to see Scripture in a fresh way.―

—Howard Dayton, founder of Compass—Finances Godâ€s Way “This is one of those

rare books that makes you wonder how you could have read the Bible your entire life and missed

so many insights and treasures. Matthew Sleeth invites us on an amazing journey through

Scripture with an eye to the special place of trees. In the process he helps us reimagine the world

in new ways and awakens parts in us that have been asleep for far too long. Drawing from nearly

a thousand references to trees or their derivatives in the Bible, Sleeth reignites our sense of

wonder and our love for the majesty of God. This book will help restore our weakened

imaginations and remind us of our proper place in the world.― —Timothy C. Tennent, PhD,

president of Asbury Theological Seminary “All of physical creation is an object lesson of

spiritual truth. In this wonderful book Matthew Sleeth illuminates the most profound, prolific, and

practical object in Godâ€s inventory—the tree. Both spiritual solace and spirited service find

meaning in trees.― —Joel Salatin, farmer and author of The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs:

Respecting and Caring for All Godâ€s Creation “When it comes to biblical knowledge

and divine insights, I can read Matthew Sleeth all day. In Reforesting Faith he has given us a


curiosity-driven tome telling the grand story of God through the trees of Scripture. Donâ€t be lost

in the woods; read this book, discover the thicket, and reforest your faith.― —Kyle Idleman,

senior pastor of Southeast Christian Church and author of Not a Fan: Becoming a

Completely Committed Follower of Jesus and Donâ€t Give Up: Faith That Gives You the

Confidence to Keep Believing and the Courage to Keep Going “The intricate symbolism of

trees is woven through the Bible from the beginning to the end in a way that is incredibly obvious

to me now after reading Reforesting Faith. Thanks to this book, I will never look at a tree the same

way again. If you care about nature at all, this is a must-read.― —Angela Correll, author of the

novel Grounded “Matthew Sleeth is gifted at pulling out truths in Scripture the rest of us read

over. He did it with the Sabbath, and now heâ€s done it again with trees. Read this book!―

—Jess Correll, chairman of First Southern National Bank and UTG Life Insurance

“In Reforesting Faith Matthew Sleeth reveals his core identity as a conservationist both in

calling us to conserve trees and in inviting us to conserve an often-forgotten core metaphor of the

Old and New Testaments. Through lively narrative grounded deeply in Scripture and in the

concrete experiences of his personal journey, the author constructs a sort of tree-centric theology.

Like a seasoned gallery docent, he invites us to notice the pervasive scriptural use of trees as

sacramental signs in our world revealing Godâ€s presence, his activity, and his eternal

purposes. The book—like its subject, the tree—is a gift, pointing us to the triune God whose

daily generosity sustains us and our world.― —Shirley A. Mullen, president of Houghton

College “Matthew again connects us to the essential: God, the planet, the Sabbath, a tree.

Godâ€s breath that gave life to man is being shared daily by all that breathes, including trees.

This reminder brings hope and enormous joy. Reforesting Faith is a must-read.― —Lisa

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