Christian Minimalism

Category: Habit Breaking

Total 9 Posts

Counter-Cultural Living: Intentional Consumption and Living with Less

In my most recent blog post, I discussed how living as a Christian minimalist is counter-cultural. As Paul writes, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable

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Empty

In American culture, being empty is usually considered a bad thing. If someone sees the glass as “half-empty,” it means that person is a pessimist. If someone says they feel “empty,” then their loved ones want to cheer them up. If a resource runs empty, that means that someone has

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Always Wanting More

This past weekend, I received a lesson about societal brainwashing and human nature. …From a little girl. My husband Will and I went up to Rochester, NY to visit our Goddaughter Grace. It was a few days before her birthday.  We bought her two books (her family is big on

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