?Even when nothing outward is pressuring me to pick up the pace, I feel an internal impulse to get to some ill-defined ?next thing? that needs my attention. It?s pathological. I need healing. I need grace. I need to learn from Jesus himself how to live at his unhurried pace.?
? Alan Fadling, Chapter One, An Unhurried Life ?Following Jesus? Rhythms of Work and Life?
Does your walk with Him look more like a run?
Do the activities you rush to get done matter to God? Do they matter to you?
Are you in a hurry to know Jesus? Should you be?
Join Alan Fadling, Associate Director of The Leadership Institute, as he recounts his journey from competing in the rat race to abiding in the pace of Jesus in his first book:? An Unhurried Life ?Following Jesus? Rhythms of Work and Life? from InterVarsity Press.
"Every once in a while there is a book that I can honestly say, 'That book changed my life!' An Unhurried Life has been added to my very short list. Alan Fadling has helped me see in a practical, convicting and motivating manner that there is a depth waiting for me when I slow down and walk with Jesus. I knew it all along . . . but Alan has helped me long for it. In an over-committed and under-connected culture, people need this message. I did!"
? Doug Fields, Coauthor of Purpose-Driven Youth Ministry and Executive Director of Homeword Center for Youth/Family
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