Spiritual Simplicity: Doing Less, Loving More
Discover the answer to our culture's need for simplicity and peace-by doing less and loving more. If you crave simplicity, yearn for peace and calm, this is the book for you. Author Chip Ingram goes beyond quick fixes and speaks...
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Discover the answer to our culture's need for simplicity and peace-by doing less and loving more. If you crave simplicity, yearn for peace and calm, this is the book for you. Author Chip Ingram goes beyond quick fixes and speaks to all of us who find it impossible to break free of our busy lifestyles, filled with too many good and important things that fill our schedules. The message of this book is simple: Spiritual simplicity will not be achieved by strategic attempts to control our lives and schedules but through doing less because we are able to love more. As you learn the practice of loving people, you will experience a shift from complex to simple, from hurried to peaceful, from "never enough time" to "time enough for those you love." It's time to redirect our focus from the complex, overextended lifestyle that keeps us running but never arriving. In Spiritual Simplicity, learn how to "reorient your life around life. The result is a life whose priorities are so radically rearranged that" (Dave Stone, author of the Faithful Families series) lasting change is finally within your reach.
Chris Tiegreen is a writer and editor for Walk Thru the Bible's "Indeed" devotional magazine, which has won the EPA Award of Excellence in the devotional category for two consecutive years. His first book, At His Feet, was a Gold Medallion award finalist in the same category. Chris has served as a pastor, church planter, and missionary, and has been a university instructor in international politics. Chris and his wife, Hannah, live near Atlanta, Georgia.
Chip Ingram is the President and Teaching Pastor for Living on the Edge, an international teaching and discipleship ministry. His passion is to help everyday Christians actually "live like Christians" by raising the bar of discipleship. A pastor for over twenty years, Chip has a unique ability to communicate truth and winsomely challenge people to live out their faith. Chip is author of nine books, including God: As He Longs for You to See Him; The Invisible War; Love, Sex, and Lasting Relationships; Good to Great in God's Eyes: 10 Practices Great Christians Have in Common and most recently Overcoming Emotions That Destroy: Practical Help for Those Angry Feelings That Ruin Relationships