By John A. Studebaker, Ph.D.
In his book Margin, Dr. Richard Swenson describes 17 types of overload we experience in our Western culture. Notable types include:
Activity overload: trying to pack too many things into a day, which only takes away the pleasure of anticipation, the chance for mental preparation, and the delight of reminiscence.
Commitment overload: As Christians we mistake Paul’s model of “being all things to all men” (a call to contextualize the gospel) with making too many commitments, ...Continue Reading →