Clear out the material and spiritual clutter in your life. Weve all wished for that extra hour or two in our day. Between hurrying home from work and picking up the kids and rushing back out to church, we have little time or energy to spend on the house. Things pile up, and we can live in a constant state of stress, disarray and chaos.
Yet the simple days we long for are within our reach!
Weaving biblical teaching with personal experience and practical tips, respected pastors and speakers Chuck and Pam Pierce gently show how you can simplify your life, your house and your soul, including:
- clearing out unnecessary clutter in your home
- freeing yourself and your family from too much technology and entertainment
- overcoming anxiety
- preserving a Sabbath rest
- freeing yourself from Mammon the stronghold of materialism and more.
You dont have to be stressed out. You can experience peace and rest. Start today to reap the rewards of living simply
Table of Contents
Part 1: Pam Speaks on Practical and Spiritual Simplicity
Chapter 1: Faith, Focus and Function
Chapter 2: Understanding Simplicity
Chapter 3: Fasting for Simplification
Chapter 4: Simplicity and the Law of Love
Chapter 5: Simplicity, Sabbath and Refreshing
Chapter 6: Money, Possessions and Simplicity
Chapter 7: Practicing Simplicity
Part 2: Chuck Speaks on Simplifying Life by Overcoming Anxiety
Chapter 8: Simplicity or Anxiety? One Must Choose!
Chapter 9: A Moment for Change
Chapter 10: Stress Can Word for You
Chapter 11: Faith: The Right Framework
Chapter 12: Simplicity Can Be a Reality
Postscript: Some Final Thoughts on Simplicity
About the Authors
About the Author
Pam and Chuck D. Pierce are ordained ministers and have been married for 36 years. Chuck serves as president of Glory of Zion International Ministries in Denton, Texas, and watchman of Global Harvest Ministries in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Pam has ministered within the Body of Christ much of her adult life. She is currently a fourth and fifth grade teacher while maintaining the lively Pierce household.