How do you navigate life’s uneven surfaces?

EQUILIBRIUM

31 Ways to Stay Balanced on Life’s Uneven Surfaces

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We live a dark and confusing world. Maxwell’s prose and his poetry are just the antidote you’ve been looking for—creative, a bit capricious, and wonderfully uplifting.

Dr. Mark Rutland

Executive Director, National Institute of Christian Leadership

In these thirty-plus readable chapters, Chris Maxwell weaves a tapestry of grace, mercy, and love that, at the conclusion, shows us the heart of Jesus Christ.

Doug Beacham

General Superintendent, International Pentecostal Holiness Church

Equilibrium is a psychologist’s dream handbook. It reads like a therapist doing the complex, mysterious, yet meaningful work of helping a client regain balance in his or her life.

Beverly J. Oxley, PhD

Licensed Psychologist, Founder and Director of Wellsprings Psychological Resources Founder and Executive Director of The Ark Family Preservation Center

Equilibrium is a collection of beautifully written stories, reminders and encouragements for us as we journey through life. It’s an invitation to slow down and be present in the moment and find the chaos in our lives fade into a time of rest. 

Dr. Charlie Dawes

Lead Pastor, Hill City Church, Alexandria, VA

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Three Thoughts About Choosing to Pause  

Three Thoughts About Choosing to Pause  

From the book Equilibrium: 31 Ways to Stay Balanced on Life's Uneven Surfaces. Not all painful situations have quick fixes or simple explanations. A choice to pause in the hurry can help us see better. To see life better. The journey, the destination, the decision,...

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My Friends Set an Example

My Friends Set an Example

From the chapter “Be Faithful in the Little” in the book Equilibrium: 31 Ways to Stay Balanced on Life's Uneven Surfaces. Pastor Basil Savoie and his wife Kathy have served in pastoral ministry for decades. Their church doesn’t hit the list of fastest growing...

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“Most pastors need a reason to slow down—in Chris Maxwell’s word, Pause—and take time to not only smell the roses but listen to the heart of God. Maxwell’s Pause is one of the better reasons to simply STOP everything else, open the book, read, reflect, reminisce, pray, and listen. I wish someone had written a book like this when I was a younger spiritual leader.” (Click here for more endorsements)
Dr. Doug Beacham

General Superintendent, International Pentecostal Holiness Church

It is my pleasure to recommend to you my dear friend and colleague, Chris Maxwell. I have known Chris for about a decade as a respected colleague in ministry, but have truly gotten to know Chris as one of my dearest friends over the past eight years as he has served together with us at Emmanuel College. (Click here for more endorsements)
Tracy Reynolds

Dean, School of Christian Ministries, Emmanuel College