In Part 1 of this weekend's program, author Joshua Becker discusses the benefits a family can experience if they reduce the amount of "stuff" they have and simplify their lives.
In Part 2, Bible teacher and author Jennie Allen encourages women to stop seeking others' approval and to instead find the peace that comes through God's love and acceptance in a discussion based on her book Nothing to Prove: Why We Can Stop Trying So Hard.
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Joshua BeckerView Bio
Joshua Becker's writings have inspired countless readers to find more life by owning fewer possessions. Based on his thoughtful and intentional approach to minimalism, he is one of the leading voices in the modern simplicity movement. In addition to being the founder and editor of Becoming Minimalist, a website dedicated to intentional living, Joshua is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author of Simplify, The More of Less and Clutterfree With Kids. He has contributed to TIME Magazine, Christianity Today and Forbes Magazine, and has appeared on numerous television programs, including the CBS Evening News. Joshua is also the founder of The Hope Effect, a nonprofit organization changing how the world cares for orphans.