Introduction; 1. Having it all; 2. Having time: a theology of busyness; 3. Occupation: work as blessing not burden; 4. Spirituality and busyness; 5. Busy building the Kingdom; 6. Relationships on the go; 7. Having a little rest: leisure, home and hospitality; 8. Making choices for the hard times; 9. 'I have come that you may have life' - what does Jesus mean?
The Revd Dr Emma Ineson has taught at Birmingham University and has published articles in both Christianity magazine and Third Way. Her PhD was a study of power and authority in the language of worship. She speaks and leads worship at a variety of events around the country. She has now moved from Lee Abbey with her family to Bristol.
"An engaging and exhaustive book"--, "Christian Marketplace "
Title mention in Woman Alive, August 2007
"An engaging and exhaustive book"--Graham Turner "Christian Marketplace "
"Emma Ineson's book is a book for the girls ... [It] will prove cathartic and thought-provoking reading for any Christian woman." Ruth Ward, Church Times, Friday 7th March 2008.
"Ineson writes with a light touch. Scripture, experience and precept are woven together, and her pesonal examples give both flesh and humour to the book. It's an attractively presented book." --Sanford Lakoff
"An engaging and exhaustive book"--Sanford Lakoff "Christian Marketplace "