Title: Unstuff: Making Room in Your Life for What …
Publisher: Tyndale Momentum
Publication Date: 2010
Book Condition: Good
About this title
In this real-life look at “how it’s done,” the DiMarcos take an uncomfortably close look at the cost of their love affair with stuff. They start by Unstuffing their house―getting rid of anything they don’t need by giving away, selling, or throwing out items that only add to their love for more. Then, kicking it up a notch, this family of three travels across the country with nothing more than they can fit in a motor home . . . and discovers that the really important stuff goes with them.
From the Back Cover: God . . . and stuff. Everything in the universe falls into one of these two categories. Yet when you take a really close look at your life, is it overflowing with worship of the Creator or of creation? Do you fill your house, work, and free time with God or stuff?
In Unstuff, popular authors Hayley and Michael DiMarco take an uncomfortably close look at the cost of their love affair with stuff. Their journey toward Unstuffing starts with getting rid of the clutter in their house and driving across the country for three months visiting homeless shelters with nothing more than they can fit in a motor home. Eventually they realize that stuff isn’t inherently bad, but worship of stuff is where we go wrong. Hayley and Michael share the spiritual lessons of how even good stuff, like church activities, hobbies, and sporting events, can turn into idols that we worship.
Join the DiMarcos on a journey through your own wallet, heart, house, and mind to reveal the pleasures and perils of stuff—and the joy, peace, and freedom that come from learning to love the Creator more than what he’s created.