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The Grace of Enough: Pursuing Less and Living More in a Throwaway Culture

Haley Stewart

The Grace of Enough: Pursuing Less and Living More in a Throwaway Culture

Haley Stewart

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Do you ever feel caught in an endless cycle of working harder and longer to get more while enjoying life less? The Stewart family did-and they decided to make a radical change. Popular Catholic blogger and podcaster Haley Stewart explains how a year-long internship on a sustainable farm changed her family's life for the better, allowing them to live gospel values more intentionally. When Haley Stewart married her bee-keeping sweetheart, Daniel, they dreamed of a life centered on home and family. But as the children arrived and Daniel was forced to work longer hours at a job he liked less and less, they dared to break free from the unending cycle of getting more yet feeling unfulfilled. They sold their Florida home and retreated to Texas to live on a farm with a compost toilet and 650 square feet of space for a family of five. Surprisingly, they found that they had never been happier. In The Grace of Enough, Stewart shares essential elements of intentional Christian living that her family discovered during that extraordinary year on the farm and that they continue to practice today. You, too, will be inspired to live simply, reconnect with the land, prioritize beauty, be intentional about technology, and center life around home, family, and relationships.Drawing from Pope Francis's encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si', Stewart identifies elements of Catholic social teachingthat will enhance your life and create a ripple effect of grace to help you overcome the effects of today's "throwaway" culture and experience a deeper satisfaction and stronger faith.

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Do you ever feel caught in an endless cycle of working harder and longer to get more while enjoying life less? The Stewart family did-and they decided to make a radical change. Popular Catholic blogger and podcaster Haley Stewart explains how a year-long internship on a sustainable farm changed her family's life for the better, allowing them to live gospel values more intentionally. When Haley Stewart married her bee-keeping sweetheart, Daniel, they dreamed of a life centered on home and family. But as the children arrived and Daniel was forced to work longer hours at a job he liked less and less, they dared to break free from the unending cycle of getting more yet feeling unfulfilled. They sold their Florida home and retreated to Texas to live on a farm with a compost toilet and 650 square feet of space for a family of five. Surprisingly, they found that they had never been happier. In The Grace of Enough, Stewart shares essential elements of intentional Christian living that her family discovered during that extraordinary year on the farm and that they continue to practice today. You, too, will be inspired to live simply, reconnect with the land, prioritize beauty, be intentional about technology, and center life around home, family, and relationships.Drawing from Pope Francis's encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si', Stewart identifies elements of Catholic social teachingthat will enhance your life and create a ripple effect of grace to help you overcome the effects of today's "throwaway" culture and experience a deeper satisfaction and stronger faith.
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  • Catalogue Code 536985
  • Product Code 9781594718175
  • ISBN 1594718172
  • EAN 9781594718175
  • Pages 192
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Environment
  • Publisher Ave Maria Press
  • Publication Date Sep 2018
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 15 mm

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