Give Thanks: Thank God for God's beautiful creation, and ask for help to care for it.
Go Deep: Read what God's Word says about caring for creation and the people who depend on it.
Recycle: Everyone in the family can help. Recycle paper, cans, bottles, jars, batteries, chemicals, paint.
Get Out: Spend at least an hour a day outside. Turn off the TV, computer, and video games and encourage your kids to have more "green time" than "screen time".
Save Energy: Turn off lights when leaving a room, buy Energy Star appliances, and turn the thermostat down in winter and up in summer. Use your ceiling fans.
Do a Home Energy Audit: Let the kids help do a home energy audit based on your last twelve months of utility bills. Then get recommendations on how to make your home more energy efficient.
Garden for Wildlife: Invite creation into your yard by creating a backyard wildlife habitat.
Combine Trips: Poll the family before heading out in the car to see how trips can be combined. Keep a list of all your errands in one place, and don't leave until you have several you can do in one trip.
Light the Way to a New Energy Future: Use compact fluorescent lamps instead of incandescent and save real money, while reducing pollution from power plants. Recycle your old lamps rather than throw them away.
Measure your Ecological Footprint: Size up the impact your activities and consumption habits have by taking this quiz.
Source: The Green Bible