If we live a simple life we can begin to give sacrificially so that others may have the basics as well.
Rookie year can prove to be extremely difficult at times. I mean after all; Tim Tebow…
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It seems that when a family is all on the same page the process of removing clutter is much easier to accomplish.
We live in a country in which we will go in debt to buy bigger and better houses, faster cars, and updated iPhones all while we are ignoring the fact that 22,000 children die around the world everyday due to starvation.
Blog Originally Posted April 2015 I love to look at my phone. In fact, I feel like I am probably on my phone more than most people I know. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Fruit Ninja are some of my favorite apps but I also spend plenty of time on other apps and sending text messages. […]
Since cutting cable I have really began feeling like the benefits outweigh the cons and I have highlighted three distinct ways that getting rid of cable has helped me, and will without a doubt benefit you!
As we look around at the world in the early 2000’s most of us are living better than the kings and queens of the past could have ever imagined. And yet, something still feels broken.
You see, to follow Jesus means to put your faith in Him and His work on the cross. But from there we are called to follow Him by loving God and loving others. Jesus considered this to be the most important command.
Most importantly, minimalism is a gateway to finding more time to spend, more money to give, and more attention to focus on the people in our lives.
If we are being honest with ourselves we are constantly chasing after the newer, bigger, and better thing; not for functionality purposes but rather for fashionability.