Crazy Busy: A (Mercifully) Short Book about a (Really) Big Problem

Crazy Busy

Authors: Kevin DeYoung,

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The “I’m very busy” excuse is very common. According to pastor and writer David DeYoung, it is a really big problem as it’s effects go way beyond what you perceive, causing deep lasting impacts to your soul itself. He claims that the soul suffers the worst blow because of the busy-ness problem. In this book, he extracts some solutions from the Bible itself to provide a better time-management guide.

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