|Session One: In Search of Peace and Quiet |
Life is moving at a blurring speed. If people don’t have a specific plan to manage the pace of their lives, then the hurried lifestyle will manage them. There are seven basic traits that characterize hurried families.
Session Two: The Lure of the Hurried Family
What draws us into the hurried lifestyle and what are the consequences?
Session Three: Bringing Calm to the Hurried Home
Adhering to the six necessities for peace and rest can bring calm back into our lives. (Necessities 1 & 2)
Session Four: The Focus of Contented Families
Maintaining calm and rest requires that we resist the negative effects of the hurried lifestyle on two fronts: the battlefront of our hearts, and the battlefront of culture. (Necessities 3 & 4)
Session Five: When All You’ve Ever Wanted Isn’t Enough
There’s a pervasive attitude in our culture that is custom made for a restless heart—discontent. It doesn’t matter how much we have, it’s never enough. That’s why these last two necessities are at the core of a rested heart. (Necessities 5 & 6)
Session Six: Little House on the Internet
If we don’t have a carefully thought-out strategy, the hurried world of technology can steal our joy and undermine our priorities to our spouse, our kids, our friends, and God.
Session Seven: Giving the Gift of Rest to Your Marriage
A family's ability to maintain calm and confidence in the middle of their hurried schedules is contingent upon the parents maintaining a healthy relationship.
Session Eight: Giving the Gift of Rest to Your Children
Kids need parents who are paying attention and running interference for them as they maneuver their way through the constant barrage of culture’s competition for a rested heart.