About Nancy

Nancy Sleeth

Meet Nancy Sleeth

After a spiritual and environmental conversion experience, Nancy Sleeth and her family radically altered their footprint, reducing their electricity use to one-tenth and their fossil fuel use to one-third the national averages. Along with her husband, Matthew, Nancy now travels throughout the U.S. speaking and writing about faith and the environment.

Prior to heeding this environmental calling, Nancy served as communications director for a Fortune 500 company and as a high school and college educator and administrator. Nancy is a graduate of Georgetown University and holds a masters degree in journalism. She is the author of Go Green, Save Green: A Simple guide to saving time, money, and God’s green earth, the first-ever practical guide for going green from a faith perspective, and Almost Amish: One Woman’s Quest for a Slower, Simpler, More Sustainable Life. Nancy and Matthew are the parents of Clark, who is married and is a graduate of the University of Kentucky Medical School, and Emma, a graduate of Asbury College who also works for Blessed Earth speaking to youth and college students about creation care. Nancy is the Managing Director of Blessed Earth, a faith-based nonprofit focusing on environmental stewardship. In 2012, Nancy was named one of “50 Women to Watch” by Christianity Today.


My Family


Matthew Sleeth, MD, author of Serving God, Saving the Planet and 24/6: A Prescription for a Healthier, Happier Life.


Emma Sleeth, author of It’s Easy Being Green and graduate of Asbury College, who also works at Blessed Earth speaking to youth and college students about creation care

Clark Sleeth, graduate of University of Kentucky Medical School and serves a medical missionary in Tenwick Hospital in Kenya.

Favorite Music

  • David Wilcox
  • Eva Cassidy
  • Kevin Braheny

Favorite Movies

  • Sense and Sensibility
  • Baraka
  • Bleak House (BBC)

Favorite Books

  • The Bible
  • Les Miserables
  • Mere Christianity
  • Serve God, Save the Planet
  • It’s Easy Being Green