In 100 Ways to Simplify Your Life, Joyce Meyer gives her readers 100 ways to accomplish that goal. The fight to balance work, family, friends, and other commitments is a struggle for most people. Implement these simple ideas for a life of joy. Hardcover.
Joyce Meyer is one of the world's leading practical Bible teachers. A #1 New York Times bestselling author, her books have helped millions of people find hope and restoration. Through Joyce Meyer Ministries, she teaches on a number of topics with a particular focus on the mind, mouth, moods and attitudes. Her candid communication style allows her to share openly and practically about her experiences so others can apply what she has learned to their lives.
Joyce has authored nearly 100 books, which have been translated into 100 languages. More than 30 million copies of her books have been sold.
Joyce hosts a daily TV and radio show, Enjoying Everyday Life®, which broadcasts worldwide to a potential audience of 4.5 billion people.
Joyce conducts approximately a dozen domestic and international conferences every year, teaching people to enjoy their everyday lives. Her annual women's conference has attracted well over 200,000 women to St. Louis for specifically themed teachings by her and guest speakers.
Joyce also sponsors Hand of Hope, which provides feeding programs, medical care, homes for orphans, and programs combatting human trafficking.
Television evangelist and bestselling author Meyer most certainly will appeal to her large fan base in this new title on honing one's ability to create a simpler, more streamlined life. Meyer offers readers 100 brief readings composed of pithy quotations, a Bible verse, and her homespun advice about living simply. Topics include learning to be content with what you have; letting go of the past; choosing quality over quantity; being quick to forgive; minding your own business; cultivating solitude; avoiding people who talk too much; resisting the devil; letting discipline be your friend; and trusting God to change you and others. Meyer knows her audience well and this resource will please them. Still, there are a number of subjects that read a bit redundantly, such as the essays on regularly re-evaluating commitments and defining personal priorities to name just two. This repetition of material may make readers wonder if Meyer was simply trying to fill her "100 ways" quota for the book. (Nov.) Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.
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