Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Are We Flourishing? {A Giveaway}

 I'm at a stage in life that is so FULL. Full of great things, but also so busy. I desire to spend quality time with my husband and son, meet their practical needs, engage with my girlfriends, serve outside of my home, be active in the online world, have a quality walk wih the Lord...and maybe breathe every once in awhile. I want to serve the Lord, serve my family and friends, and enjoy my hobbies. But I often don't balance it all well. If I'm not careful, I start with great intentions, but end up being burned out and less effective in ministry, and in my personal life.

I'm willing to bet that many of you can relate with me - which is why I'm so excited to introduce you to Beth Beutler! Beth is passionate about seeing people excel. She is the owner of Hope Unlimited, which aims to help people grow in the relationship with the Lord and flourish in their daily lives, through ordering their lives, progression personally, and engaging with others. 
You can find Beth at her websites here and here, and on Twitter and Facebook.

Basically, Beth has a heart for women like me, and like you :)

Beth, along with two friends, wrote a book about Godly organization. And she is giving away a copy of their book today!

From left to right: Karina Whisnant, Beth Beutler, Stephanie Baker
Photo credit: Valerie Presley

THE BOOK:

"With overly packed schedules and overly packed homes, most of us live under some level of accompanying stress. Our lives have become unbalanced, and we are paying a hight cost because of it. Our personal relationships, spiritual well-being, emotional stability, and even our physical health can be compromised when we live a life that is out of balance and disorganized. If we don't start making better choices that line up with our value systems and help promote a life that flourishes, the cost to us and our families will rise. 

This book provides a practical and thoughtful way to look at what it really means to be organized from the heart. You'll be examining heart issues, relationships, personality, and even some great practical ideas to help you face your organizational challenges, for the glory of God."

Doesn't that make you want to read this book? I know that I could definitely benefit from taking to heart what this book has to offer. And I think you could too!

Beth is generously giving away one copy of Organizing From the Heart as well as a free PDF download of her devotional, "Time Management, Jesus' Way"!

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This giveaway is open only to US residents who are 18 years of age or older. Winners are chosen randomly, and entries will be verified. If winners do not claim their prize within 24 hours of being notified via email, another winner will be chosen. Life of a Pint-Sized Mama is not responsible for lost/damaged items.

Disclosure: Although I was compensated for this post, these opinions are all mine. I believe in Beth's mission, and am excited to share it with you today!

10 comments:

  1. yep! I totally need to read this book asap!

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  2. I would love to read this book! I am constantly trying to find balance in all the things I'm doing. Thanks for hosting the giveaway : )

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  3. I was just praying over my frustration of organizing our family and balancing time for all those friends, family and church family members on my life. This book would be so helpful and a great blessing to me.

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  4. I am trying to bring the Lord into every single facet of my life and organization is where I get worked up, would love to win this!

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  5. I have such a hard time with the fact that at the end of the day I usually feel like I've only actually accomplished a couple things, when I felt super busy all day long. Erg.

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  6. Would love to read this. I think sometimes I feel overwhelmed by all the jobs I want to do and then I don't do anything. This seems like a great read!

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  7. What a great book! Excited to have found your blog as well as the links to her site. Thanks for your positive energy!!

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  8. Although I know it's impossible to truly balance all things, more balance that what I've got going on now would be great. I'd love to read this!

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  9. Seeking balance is an ongoing thing....just when I think I have it figured out.....I realize I don't. I am looking forward to reading this book!

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  10. Thank you all for entering the contest! I hope that even if you didn't win, you'll visit our blog regularly at www.organizingfromtheheart.com and consider getting a book for yourself and/or a friend!

    Have a wonderful holiday season!

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