Monday, May 25, 2009

My Book Shelf – Clutter Free Christianity

For many, Memorial Day marks the beginning of the summer season and summer is a great time to pick up a new book and read. Let me share with you a great new book that I hope will bless you and invest in your walk with God.

Your greatest desire is to please God, but with each passing week, your spiritual to-do list grows longer. As you strive to fulfill a never-ending inventory of requirements for being a godly parent, spouse, student, employee, friend, etc., you feel increasingly disconnected from the God you’re trying to serve.

Clutter Free Christianity, by Robert Jeffress, addresses the question “When did the Christian life become so complicated?” by showing readers how to partner with God in the process of spiritual transformation by following Christ’s example in forgiveness, obedience, trust, contentment, service and prayer. It’s time to cut through the clutter and get to the heart of what it means to please God. As worn-out Christians work to reduce the clutter by focusing on the principles of faith, readers will find their spiritual to-do lists shrinking and their love for God increasing. It all comes with embracing Clutter-Free Christianity.

Through solid biblical teaching and practical insights, Dr. Jeffress points readers toward a revitalized faith centered on becoming more like Jesus in action, attitude and affection and helps readers clear away the clutter and reveal the heart of God.