Satisfied

Satisfied

Discovering Contentment in A World of Consumption

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Offers biblical direction for living a contented, spiritual life in a materialistic culture.

Zondervan House

The Counter-Cultural Move from Accumulation to Abundance

Why is it so hard to find the contented, satisfied life? What deep hungers drive our purchasing habits, accumulation, and consumer lifestyle?

Satisfied is for those drowning in debt, but also those getting farther and farther ahead financially. It is for those who have forgotten who they are and mistakenly equate their self-worth with their net worth. It is for those who are crippled by comparison. It is for those with full closets and empty souls.

Satisfied provides an inspiring and transformative vision for living a deeply contented life in our consumer-driven culture.

“Jeff Manion’s voice is such a wise, clear, helpful voice, and I’m so thankful for the timely and challenging invitation he’s issued in these pages. I’m inspired to live more richly with fewer things, and to pursue gratitude and generosity with more intention.” –Shauna Niequist, author of Bread and Wine


In Satisfied popular speaker and pastor Jeff Manion offers an inspiring, life-changing vision for living a contented life in the midst of our consumer-driven, materialistic culture. Manion explores our seemingly insatiable hunger for material things and helps readers find biblical and practical direction toward a lifestyle of abundant satisfaction.

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, [2013]
Edition: 1st edition
ISBN: 9780310328353
Branch Call Number: 241.68 M3144s 2013
Characteristics: 212 pages : illustrations, mapillustrations ; 21 cm

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