“I find that when I am most hurried, I run past much that God is trying to show me, give me, lead me into. . . I’m learning, as I watch Jesus’ unhurried way, that keeping in step with him, living with him at a walking pace, is a way to sink into and enjoy the abundant life in him that he wants me to know.” (Alan Fadling, An Unhurried Life)
Jesus promises that if we come to Him, we will find rest for our souls. In a society where value is measured in terms of productivity, many of us miss the rest that Jesus offers because we’re constantly striving for more – more achievement, more impact, more output. In An Unhurried Life, Alan Fadling calls us to slow down and experience the fullness of life Jesus offers.
If you’ve ever felt like you should make a New Year resolution to “do less” instead of “doing more,” this one is for you. And if you haven’t had those feelings, you might need it even more. This book issues an important challenge that we all need to hear in our fast-paced age, and includes questions for reflection and application as well as a five-session group-study guide.
202 pages, hardcover.
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