Christian Minimalism

Category: Consumerism

Total 28 Posts

You Are Not Your Productivity

Christians often end up being overachievers. Excited about our faith, we want to serve God and others– and before we know it, our schedules are overly full, filled with groups and ministries and new church programs. Being involved in church and serving God and others is important– in fact, it’s

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Intentionality with Toys

Note: This is a guest post written by Cassandra Roberts, mother of two children and host of the upcoming Needed and Known podcast. I subscribe to the idea that demonstrating and living something out is better than teaching and repeating for children. When I started reviewing our household, I had

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Possessions Aren’t Bad

People can make a lot of assumptions when they find out that you live a different type of lifestyle. Whether positive or negative, these assumptions can offer a great learning moment. For example, every time I tell someone I’m a Christian minimalist, chances are good that their immediate assumption is

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Why You Should Change Your Lifestyle

A few years ago, former Manhattanite and 30-something journalist Noelle Hancock wrote an article that ended up going viral: “Why I Gave Up a $95,000 Job to Move to an Island and Scoop Ice Cream.” The article caused such a pop culture and social media frenzy that she was interviewed

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