Finding More By Living With Less
by Will Davis, Jr.
Our culture pushes us to strive for more—more money, more stuff, more clout. But how much is enough? And how do we know when we have too much of a good thing?
In this provocative new book, Will Davis Jr. challenges us to discover the peace that comes through contentment with what we have, and compassion for those in need.
Will Davis Jr.
"How can we so readily define enough when it comes to filling up our gas tanks but we can't define it when it comes to filling up our lives? As far as stuff is concerned, when is enough enough?"
"If you've ever been guilty of searching for enough in all the wrong places (ahem, like me!), I dare you to read this book." What author Vicki Courtney and others are saying about Will Davis' new book on enough.
"The fact that Jesus was poor means that if we're going to have any chance at all of seeing the world as he did then were going to have to start jettisoning some of our cargo."
Learn more about author/speaker/pastor Will Davis Jr.'s church, his other books and follow his blog at his website here.
Despite what I see as a few missed prophetic opportunities by the author, the Holy Spirit inspired me through Davis’ book. I appreciated his biblical foundation, suggestions for practical application, and provisions for reflection.
Although Davis comes from a more conservative position theologically than I do, he has collected some strong stories and practices about how and why one could and should come to realize, as the old adage says, that "Enough is as good as a feast."
Melody Harrison Hanson
This book poked holes in any fragile peace I have made with our money. It shone the light of Jesus' words through all my fragile lies, saying what you have is actually enough.