Overcoming Overload

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Overcoming Overload

By Steve Farrar; Mary Farrar

Multnomah Books, Paperback, 9781590523353, 247pp.

Publication Date: June 3, 2004

Description
There is no more room in our lives. Yet every new day brings more commitments demanding to be squeezed in. "Overcoming Overload "helps frenzied men and women weed out wrong ideas about life and rediscover God's essential principles of balanced living, including:
You Need a Sabbath
You Need Sustenance
You Need to Simplify
You Need a Sanctuary
This biblical way of life promises rest, satisfaction, and contentment amidst daily responsibilities. Leave the overwhelmed life and discover the abundant life
You live a full life "very full. "
You re running on a treadmill, going faster and faster. It's a push to fit everything in: family, career, friends, fitness, finances at a pace that never quits.
Add a sudden dose of the unexpected the heavy things that demand an emotional response and the stress can be overwhelming.
Is there any relief in sight? "Yes " Far from time management strategies, Steve and Mary Farrar search through the Scriptures, showing you where to find sanctuary from the demands of modern life. The Farrar's boldly encourage you to examine the beliefs that drive you to distraction and discover how to trade them for practices that restore your strength and vitality.
For whatever weighs you down, you can offload the excess and prevent burnout. Leave the overwhelmed life and discover the abundant life


About the Author
Steve Farrar is the founder of Men s Leadership Ministries and author of the bestselling "Point Man" and "Finishing Strong, "as well as" Standing Tall, " "Gettin There, "and" Tempered Steel." He brings a challenging message on manhood to thousands of conference-goers each year. Mary Farrar, author of "Choices, "served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ and has been active in women s ministries. The Farrars are alumni of Western Seminary and Dallas Theological Seminary. They have three grown children and live in suburban Dallas"