Should We Stop in the Name of Love?

Has a global pandemic been a welcomed break from the busyness of everyday life? Over the years, we've warned people about the intoxicating nature of money, sex, pride, anxiety, and shame, but we've failed to alert people to the most popular gateway drug of our time: busyness. Pastor and author of "The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry" John Mark Comer warns that constant distraction and hurry are the greatest threats to our spiritual and emotional health. According to John Mark, hurry is incompatible with love, and if God is love, hurry prevents God from truly transforming our souls. Eric and John Mark suggest that this COVID-19 moment could be our best chance to declare independence from the soul-sucking busy-ness we sold-out to years ago, and they offer simple, practical ways to reject chronic busyness and to embrace real life and real love.

"How do you let God do a deep work of healing and transformation in your soul if you literally can't pay attention because you're constantly scrolling on your phone, doing email, liking on social media, shopping, and feeling insecure and anxious?"
- John Mark Comer

Pastor and best-selling author John Mark Comer shares a grave warning about how distraction and hurry are the two greatest threats to our spiritual and emotional health.

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The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry: How to Stay Emotionally Healthy and Spiritually Alive in the Chaos of the Modern World, John Mark Comer