The Organized Heart
A Woman’s Guide to Conquering Chaos
The fight against chaos is universal, whether it be the outward chaos of disorder and frenzy or the inward chaos of fear and self-criticism. Even if we already know how to do better, something falls apart between our good intentions and getting it done.
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.
“Packs a gracious punch, full of insight about our disorganized hearts and lives, followed by the balm of gospel-shaped hope.” — Carolyn McCulley, blogger, filmmaker, and author of Radical Womanhood: Feminine Faith in a Feminist World and Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye?
“Encouraging & uplifting rather than guilt-driven, it can help women who know that adding a new method is not enough.” — Matt Perman, Director of Strategy at Desiring God and author of What’s Best Next? How the Gospel Transforms the Way you Get Things Done
“A fresh new approach, and one I recommend” — Aileen Challies, Mom of three, and wife of Tim Challies, well-known blogger
About the Author
Staci Eastin is a writer living in Missouri. She and her husband, Todd, have been married since 1994 and are the parents of three children.
- Our Story
- Difficult Circumstances
- Where to Begin