With cell phones, instant messaging, express lanes, and PDAs, we can now cram more activities into our lives than ever before. But is this a blessi... Read More
With cell phones, instant messaging, express lanes, and PDAs, we can now cram more activities into our lives than ever before. But is this a blessing or a curse? Could it be that this fast-paced lifestyle is creating an underlying sense of anxiety and fragmentation? Is it any wonder the television is flooded with advertising for anti-anxiety medication? As a nation, we are stressed out, physically exhausted, and spiritually drained.
Working professionals caught in the continual push for success or over-extended soccer moms who feel burdened with too many commitments will find in Out of Control desperately needed help. This book shares with readers the liberating truth that they are not helpless victims of our fast-paced society. Most importantly, it gives readers permission to slow down and presents practical methods for living a life of peace and simplicity.
About the Contributor(s)Ben Young, D.Min. works at the 70,000 member Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas which has one of the largest...
Ben Young, D.Min. works at the 70,000 member Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas which has one of the largest singles ministries in the country. Ben and Sam have also co-authored other books including the best-selling book, The Ten Commandments of Dating.
Samuel Adams, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist. He earned his master's from Western Seminary and a doctorate from George Fox University. He maintains a full time counseling practice in Austin, Texas.
Weight (lbs)0.52 lb
Case Weight (lbs)18.73 lb
Dimensions 8.4(h) x 5.4(w) x 0.63(d) inches
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