Jen Hatmaker - 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess

I hope you've gotten your book by now and have started reading!  I checked FedEx tracking on Saturday and it said mine wouldn't be here until tomorrow! :(

On Bloom's schedule, yesterday was "Introducing Jen Hatmaker/7"!  They had a video introducing Jen and 7 and I wanted to post a video of Jen talking about her experience while writing the book.





Oh my goodness!  I thought about my husband when she panned to the book shelf!  Being a pastor, one of his favorite "things" is books and lots of them!!


There are four of the smaller book shelves and two of the bigger ones (with books on top of each)!  Yes, lots.of.books!

So, it looks like hubby and I have lots to discuss when the book comes!  ;)

I'm only kidding!  I know we can all learn a lot from this book and I'm praying that each of us walks away holding our "things" a little looser and holding more tightly to Jesus!

What are you anticipating will be your biggest area of excess to hold a little looser?

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This week is a busy week here at Satisfaction Through Christ!  Don't forget to enter the giveaway ($135 Beauty Kit) that ends on Friday and if you still want to purchase Jen's book, you can do so here!

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