Ten Practices to Unclutter your Soul
by Bill Hybels;
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Practical lessons in simple living and eradicating clutter that will help your soul from Willow Creek pastor Bill Hybels.
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Today's velocity of life can consume and control us... until our breakneck pace begins to feel normal and expected. That's where the danger lies: When we spend our lives doing things that keep us busy but don't really matter, we sacrifice the things that do.
What if your life could be different?
What if you could be certain you were living the life God called you to live and building a legacy for those you love? If you crave a simpler life anchored by the priorities that matter most, roll up your sleeves: Simplified living requires more than just cleaning out your closets or reorganising your desk drawer. It requires un-cluttering your soul. By eradicating the stuff that leaves your spirit drained, you can stop doing what doesn't matter and start doing what does.
In Simplify, bestselling author Bill Hybels identifies the core issues that lure us into frenetic living and offers searingly practical steps for sweeping the clutter from our souls.
Simplify by Bill Hybels was published by Hodder & Stoughton General Division in August 2015 and is our 1314th best seller. The ISBN for Simplify is 9781473604834.
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|Page last updated||30th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Bill Hybels|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton General Division (August 2015)|
|Number of Pages||320|