Essentials for Life: Your Back-to-Basics Guide to What Matters Most

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Thomas Nelson, Apr 13, 2010 - Religion - 224 pages
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True enjoyment in life is found by focusing on the essentials.

A growing number of people recognize their need for a reliable guide for their life's journey. Essentials for Life fills that need by helping readers get back to the basics of what matters most with a fresh perspective on four core essentials of the Christian life:

  • What do I believe?
  • How do I grow closer to God?
  • What should my character and life reflect?
  • How do I live my life every day?

Essentials for Life offers fifty daily or weekly readings that each include a key life-guide principle, scripture and quotes, meditation, an interesting fact, and a unique application suggestion. Each discussion offers hope and a sense of peace and well-being by focusing on life with an eternal perspective.

The content offers spiritual truth while the interior graphic design, which includes sidebars and visuals, enhances the readability and the impact of each core essential.

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User Review  - drj - LibraryThing

A basic review of what Christian beliefs are and how to live them. Uses many modern editions of the Bible for quotes, as well as published authors of Christian literature. The chapters are only 2-4 pages long, with much sidebar material. Read full review

User Review  - Joanna Reynolds - Christianbook.com

I was sent this book "Essentials for Life" by Marcia Ford for review. I love getting books in the mail:)This book was a good and helpful read. "Basic Guide to What Matters Most" is about getting your ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Marcianbsp;Ford is an editor, journalist, and author of twenty-two books including The Sacred Art of Forgiveness and Finding Hope. A book reviewer for FaithfulReader.com and freelancer for her local NPR affiliate, Marcia lives with her husband in the Rocky Mountains.

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