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From the moment we are born, we are told to pursue more. Advertisements from every television, radio, newspaper, and website scream to us on a daily basis that more is better—that their product will improve our lives and bring us happiness. But we all know happiness cannot be bought at a department. It’s just that we’ve just been told their lie so many times, we begin to believe it—without even noticing.
But what if there was a better way to live/ One that recognizes the empty promises of advertisements and consumerism. One that champions the pursuit of living with only the most essential possessions needed for life. One that boldly declares there is more joy in owning less than can be found in pursuing more.
This truth would change everything about it. It would change the way we spend our time, our energy, and our money. It would change how and where we focus our attention. It would change the way we think. It would change the very foundation of our lives. And it may just align with everything your heart already knows to be true.
On Wednesday, April 22nd at 7pm, Covenant Presbyterian Church, will be hosting Joshua Becker, the best-selling author and founder of Becoming Minimalist, from Peoria, Arizona. He will offer each of us a new perspective and fresh approach on living a clutterfree life that matters.
It is important that you register for the event since there is a limited number of seats!
For more informaiton about Joshua, you may visit his website: http://www.becomingminimalist.com/
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