by Tamyra Horst
Pacific Press Publishing Association
Nampa, Idaho
1999

Reviewed by Dynamic Steward staff

We wouldn’t have so many bad hair days if we weren’t wearing so many hats. How many hats are you wearing? Wife? Mom? Daughter? Friend? Employee? Church worker? Volunteer? Housekeeper? Taxi driver? Nurse? Cook? The more hats we wear, the more life loses its luster and becomes a daily grind where we’re always behind, always rushing, never getting enough sleep, and sick and tired of being sick and tired. And somewhere in the hustle and hurry we lose ourselves, our relationships, and our God. How do you stop living like a gerbil and start finding time for the things that really matter?

In Time for All That’s Important, popular author and women’s ministries leader Tamyra Horst says there’s more to life than just getting everything done—there’s balance. More than just making it through the day—there’s rest. In these pages, you will learn how to:

  • Be who God made you to be

  • Say No without guilt

  • Live within your means

  • Define and stick to your priorities

  • Establish a God-focus

  • Find the balance between doing and being

    Trials and busyness will always be a part of our lives, but balance comes in knowing how to separate the important from the merely urgent. This book will show you how.

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