Which activities give you energy and connect you with God? Do you know what behaviors are life-draining for you, separating you from God?
Simplicity is about choosing the engaging, relational life we were meant to live. It means shedding obligation and pretension. It means spending
in ways that help us become clear-headed. It means being intentional about what we do and how we live. These choices allow God’s power to move through us and bless others as we have space to do good.
Individual chapters invite you into simplicity of speech, simplicity in what you own (as opposed to clutter), simplicity in what you buy (instead of shopping til you drop), simplicity of time and schedule (living an unhurried life), simplicity of leisure that is renewing, and simplicity in small areas of life such as appearnce, clothing, media, technology, health and fitness. Each chapter in this book provides small experiments with simplicity as well as questions for discussion or reflection to get you started.
Without so many things and activities cluttering life, we can stop worrying and live securely and easily with our “much more” God. Come and discover the unhurried rhythms of grace.