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Too Busy to Live: The Addiction America Applauds

Fowler, Rick

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ISBN 10: 096648035X / ISBN 13: 9780966480351
Published by Fair Havens Publications, 2005
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Title: Too Busy to Live: The Addiction America ...

Publisher: Fair Havens Publications

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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WHY ARE WE SO BUSY? Christian Counselor and Fitness Expert Team Up To Find Answers

An addiction is sweeping our country; but little is being done to stop it. There is no government task force to study the problem, no commission headed by a "Czar" to combat it, and there are few expressions of concern from our pulpits. In fact, most businesses and major corporations encourage or even require their employees to indulge themselves freely in the addiction. Even most church leaders commend their members who have fallen into it and exhort others to follow their example.

This addiction is not to a drug or any substance. It is not to antisocial or what is considered immoral behavior. Yet, it can be just as destructive. It is a behavioral disorder that presents itself as compulsive, excessive busyness.

Dr. Rick Fowler, Director of Prestonwood Christian Counseling Center in Dallas and author of ten books, combines his expertise with Cassie Findley, Director of Continuing Education for Curves International fitness centers, to plot an escape route for those who are trapped in the cycle of busyness addiction. American culture is driving us to be excessively busy because it is based on postmodern thought patterns. The way out is to return to the Judeo-Christian values that made this country great.

When the Puritans settled in America they brought with them a work ethic based on a sense of personal calling from God. They believed that every individual has a God-given purpose in life, and a responsibility to use his gifts and abilities to serve God and his fellow man. Our culture has generally abandoned that idea in favor of a self-centered approach to life based on New Age spirituality.

When one considers himself to be god, with limitless possibilities for fulfillment but no definite purpose, life becomes a frantic search for meaning and fulfillment. Although Christians do not accept most of the presuppositions of postmodern thought, nevertheless, they are unconsciously caught up in the behavioral patterns that the culture typically produces.

Fowler and Findley explore practical, proven Biblical principles to offset the drivenness of our culture and restore health and balance to life. Dr. Fowler draws from over thirty years of counseling experience to deal with the emotional problems associated with busyness addiction. Restoring balance in life and relationships is the model used in Dr. Fowler’s counseling ministry. He is the author of Together on a Tightrope, co-author of The Serenity Bible, published by Thomas Nelson, and Steps to a New Beginning, winner of the Gold Medallion Award. For over 26 years Cassie Findley has done extensive research on stress management, physical and spiritual fitness. For fifteen years she served as Director of Health Education and Wellness and Assistant Dean for Students at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

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Too Busy to Live is a title for our times. It is common these days to see and hear advice to the busy in books, on radio and television, even in multitudes of email messages––all of which, of course, only contribute to our "busyness!"

The authors have written a well thought out and researched book of counsel and practical application for people caught up in the hectic pace of today’s society. Beginning with an interesting correlation of human history to church history, they help to explain why and how Christians have been swept along with the masses. Their treatise on stress is explanatory and comprehensive. The information they share on adopting appropriate eating and exercise habits is helpful and reasonably adaptable.

For those of us interested in committing ourselves to a balanced lifestyle that will promote health and energy, productivity and longevity, Too Busy To Live is a timely roadmap to exactly that. For Christians who perceive their lives out of control as a result of the myriad demands seemingly constantly being made on them and desiring a peaceful lifestyle that will enable them to serve, honor and glorify Christ, many of the answers are available within these pages.
Zig Ziglar
Author and Motivational Teacher

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