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Blessed Are the Unsatisfied: Finding Spiritual Freedom in an Imperfect World

Blessed Are the Unsatisfied: Finding Spiritual Freedom in an Imperfect World

by Amy Simpson

Christians often hear the idea that following Jesus means that we should be living a life of full satisfaction. How many of us actually experience that kind of life? Amy Simpson wants to debunk this satisfaction myth in the church. After forty years of walking with Jesus, she writes, "I am deeply unsatisfied not only with my ability to reflect Jesus,… Read more…

Blessed Are the Unsatisfied: Finding Spiritual Freedom in an Imperfect World
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Blessed Are the Unsatisfied: Finding Spiritual Freedom in an Imperfect World

by Amy Simpson

Narrated by Simpson, Amy

We know that our material comforts and temporal accomplishments are not enough to fully satisfy us. Momentary pleasures, whether of pure or darker motivations, are fleeting at best. But Christians often hear the idea that following Jesus means that we should be living a life of full satisfaction. How many of us actually experience that kind of life? Amy Simp… Read more…

Anxious: Choosing Faith in a World of Worry

Anxious: Choosing Faith in a World of Worry

by Amy Simpson

Advanced Writers and Speakers Association's Golden Scroll Merit Award 12th Annual Outreach Resource of the Year Recommendation Our culture is frantic with worry. We stress over circumstances we can't control, we talk about what's keeping us up at night and we wring our hands over the fate of disadvantaged people all… Read more…

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Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church's Mission

Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church's Mission

by Marshall Shelley and Amy Simpson

Christianity Today Book Award Winner Leadership Journal Book Award Mental illness is the sort of thing we don't like to talk about. It doesn't reduce nicely to simple solutions and happy outcomes. So instead, too often we reduce people who are mentally ill to caricatures and ghosts, and simply preten… Read more…