From her biography: "Emma’s faith journey began as a result of her family’s conviction to serve God by saving the planet. It could have been a tough experience for a middle-school girl: her parents became convicted about their stewardship of God’s creation, so they downsized into a house the size of their previous garage and made dramatic lifestyle changes to reduce fossil fuel and electricity consumption.
However, Emma Sleeth didn’t get upset. She started writing. By the time she finished high school, she had written a manuscript about the experience to share the lessons her parents had taught her about living sustainably as a way of practicing her faith."
Her first book: It's Easy Being Green: One Student's Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet was the result. But she didn't stop there, in her next book, It’s Easy Being Green, Emma outlines the changes her family has made and how those principles can be applied to young adult life.
Emma Sleeth walks out her faith by modeling stewardship and is a leading voice in the Creation Care movement and shows other teens what it means to live a sustainable lifestyle.