I've got another book to recommend to you! It's not only one I read and enjoyed, it's one I endorsed. Here's what I wrote about the latest book from Cruciform Press, a book titled The Organized Heart, by Staci Eastin.
“Staci Eastin packs a punch with this short book. But it’s a gracious punch, full of insights about our disorganized hearts and lives, which is immediately followed by the balm of gospel-shaped hopes. It is ideally crafted for use with accountability partners and small groups. In fact, because of our common tendencies to either dismiss the obvious or obsess over failure, I’d definitely recommend reading it in tandem with a faithful friend. Because of the Holy Spirit’s active presence, there is always hope for change. Open this book with that great truth in mind and you’ll find much to ponder!”-- Carolyn McCulley, fellow procrastinator and author of Radical Womanhood and Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye?
I really mean that: I think this is a great resource for accountability partners and small groups. It's an easy read in the sense that it can be completed in an evening. But there's much to ponder in it, so it's not easily dismissed. Cruciform Press described it this way:
Most books on organization just add more rules to your life, whether it be another plan, another calendar, or another method. This book will show you a different, better way that is grounded in the grace of God.
Jesus taught that true change doesn’t come by the addition of more rules, but from the inside out, with a change of the heart that only the gospel can bring. When you identify the heart problems behind the chaos in your life, lasting change can happen. This will not only reduce the stress in your life, but help you be more effective in your service to God.
Cruciform makes it easy to obtain their outstanding materials: they are a digital publisher producing resources that are available in print, e-book, or sometimes even audio formats. Definitely worth a visit to see what they've been doing.