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Today for “Enough” week I have on our favorite Justice Pirate: Victoria Tiedemann.
She tells us how she becomes a "Simple Minimalist" and how rejecting the allure of more, more, more has helped her live into our manifesto point: We are enough!
She also answers a question from a listener on seeking shalom through simplicity this holiday season:
After my pastor's sermon on Sunday on "Enough" and years of reading books of people who stopped buying things for a set time, I'm seriously flirting/committing myself to limiting purchases in the next year to experiences and necessities."
Victoria has me thinking that this holiday season I want to create experience gifts AND really fill my home with things I both use and LOVE.
It's a great episode and I can't wait to hear what you think:
Shalom and Purging for the Kingdom,
Thanks to my amazing publisher, today I'm reading the first chapter of "Shalom Sistas" for you. So sit back, relax...wait! Who am I kidding? You're probably getting stuff done while you listen to podcasts, so I hope this chapter of the books makes you laughs, think, and make you feel like you're just chatting with a good friend while you work.
Have you grabbed you copy of Shalom Sistas yet? Yesterday, it was shared as one of Sarah Bessey's favorite non-fiction book— yay! I'm so honored but more than that, I'm grateful for this amazing tribe of peacemakers who are reading and responding to the book.
Also, today I'm coming at you from a hotel room in Denver Colorado. Oh my goodness y'all, I'm in a room all by myself and it. Is. Magical.
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