Matthew and Nancy Sleeth live in Lexington with modest technological conveniences. Nancy Sleeth is launching her latest book, Almost Amish, about how to live lightly while honoring God. Their daughter, Emma, 21, is relaunching her book, It's Easy Being Green: A Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet.
Matthew and Nancy Sleeth live in Lexington with modest technological conveniences. Nancy Sleeth is launching her latest book, Almost Amish, about how to live lightly while honoring God. Their daughter, Emma, 21, is relaunching her book, It's Easy Being Green: A Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet. HERALD-LEADER
Matthew and Nancy Sleeth live in Lexington with modest technological conveniences. Nancy Sleeth is launching her latest book, Almost Amish, about how to live lightly while honoring God. Their daughter, Emma, 21, is relaunching her book, It's Easy Being Green: A Guide to Serving God and Saving the Planet. HERALD-LEADER

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