Balance That Works When Life Doesn't
Stress experts say many of today's multi-tasking women get a rush out of trying to accomplish too much. Though many don't seek a cure for stress addiction, Larson offers hope and help to the millions who desperately do want to...
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Stress experts say many of today's multi-tasking women get a rush out of trying to accomplish too much. Though many don't seek a cure for stress addiction, Larson offers hope and help to the millions who desperately do want to stop. She encourages women to examine their core beliefs, unique personality, and God-given purpose and to make choices accordingly so that a natural flow and rhythm to life can emerge. Larson helps women regain physical and spiritual health as she discusses a way to eat without guilt; exercise for strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular health; and fill the need for service and rest.
For many Christian women, life seems out of control. The conflicting demands and various pulls on their time seem irreconcilable. Prepare healthy meals, exercise, rest, study and pray, serve, keep the household running, and even manage a career.... How can a woman possibly balance all the demands of a twenty-first-century Christian lifestyle?
Hearts at Home speaker Susie Larson offers women this encouraging and inspiring invitation to effectively respond and adjust to the opportunities and assignments God gives them. By examining their core beliefs, their unique personalities, and God's will for their lives, readers will learn how to make choices that create a natural flow and rhythm that they can live with as they develop physical and spiritual health.
With enthusiasm, humor, and conviction, author/speaker SUSIE LARSON has spoken to thousands of women locally, nationally, and internationally. She is a member of the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, Women in Christian Media, and serves on the board of directors for the Christian Authors Network. Susie also serves a regular guest host for Along the Way, a two-hour talk radio show. In addition to authoring several books and many articles, Susie works as a freelance writer for Focus on the Family, and has been featured as a guest on radio and TV programs across the country, including Moody Midday Connection, Family Life Today, Chris Fabry Live!, The Harvest Show, and the LIFE Today Show with James and Betty Robison. While in Washington D.C., Susie and her husband Kevin, along with Troy and Sara Groves, represented International Justice Mission's concerns in meetings with Congress as part of their efforts to abolish and prevent human trafficking and slavery. The four of them serve as co-chairs for the IJM benefit banquet in Minnesota. Susie comes with a passion to share the love of a Savior who will never let us go. IJM, among other things, rescues young girls from the horrific life of human trafficking (visit www.ijm.org ).