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Crazy Busy (Vie de fou)

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Who hasn't already been too busy? It's a reality that catches up with all of us at one point or another in our lives.

We only have to look at our schedules to see how difficult it is for us to lead a balanced life. Yet a completely crazy pace of life is not what God wanted for us when he sent his Son to give us a full taste of life.

Infused with the signature humor and refreshing sincerity of bestselling author Kevin DeYoung, Crazy Life introduces Bible principles that help us better understand the issues of business. It offers relevant advice to discern our priorities and bring about real changes in our lives.

This just little book about a very big problem will help you break the habit of always being too busy.

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Kevin DeYoung is the pastor of Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, North Carolina. He is the author of numerous books, many of which have been translated into French. Kevin and his wife have seven children who keep them very busy.

Table of contents

1. Hello, my name is Busy
2. Here and there, then gone: three dangers to avoid
3. Pride That Kills
4. The dreadful obligation
5. The slippage of the mission
6. The Child King Phenomenon
7. One evil attracts another
8. Cruising speed
9. Bearing the Burdens of Business
10. Something to do at all costs


Author: Kevin DeYoung
Original title:
Crazy Busy: A (Mercifully) Short Book about a (Really) Big Problem
Publisher: Impact
ISBN : 978-2-89082-226-9
Publication : 2017
Pages : 113
Dimensions : 5.5 '' X 8.5 ''
Weight : 176 g
Format : paperback

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Un livre à lire chaque année !

Deuxième fois que je lis ce livre, et il m’a encore plus impacté que la première fois il y a 2-3 ans. Un livre à lire chaque année !

Sylvio Janelle
Lecture essentielle pour le chrétien moderne!

Ce petit livre fait réfléchir sur les choix que nous faisons, sur notre "vie de fou". Nous glorifions "l'efficacité", mais nous sommes peut-être en train de passer à côté de l'essentiel. Ce livre n'est pas moralisateur, mais fait réfléchir et, surtout, inspire. Nous l'avons utilisé en étude de petit groupe et c'était dans le mille. Attention! Lire le livre ne règle pas tout! Mais ça aide à faire des petits pas dans la bonne direction. À lire absolument, dans les temps que nous vivons. À lire seul, en couple, en famille, en petit groupe ou en Église!