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'Creation is full of holy rhythms of life. There is a way to live that

honors and embodies these rhythms. The Common Rule is a beautiful,

inviting resource that helps us do just that. It is an important guide

to living more deeply rooted in God's life-giving kingdom.' (Alan

Fadling, president and founder, Unhurried Living)'One of the biggest

problems among believers today is their lack of discipline.

Consequently, they do not live up to the expectations of Jesus as we can

see in the decreasing morality in our country. The Common Rule

presents a common-sense discipline that any follower of Jesus could use

to become a joyful missionary disciple.' (Michael Timmis, former

chairman of Prison Fellowship Ministries, member of the board of Alpha

International and The New Canaan Society)'Habitually choosing what is

best over and above what is loud and urgent has never been more

difficult than in a culture of perpetual distraction. 'But where do I

begin?' people ask. In this book, Justin Earley offers the answer.

Follow his lead, and you will find much of your life handed back to

you.' (John Stonestreet, president of The Chuck Colson Center for

Christian Worldview)'It is encouraging to see a new generation of

Christians wrestling with the formative power of habits and rituals. Our

patterns of life shape our attitudes and actions more than we may

realize. The Common Rule urges us to consider our habits in a new light

and to embrace a new way of life in which we self-consciously limit

ourselves in order to pursue what is best for us and for our neighbors.'

(Trevin Wax, director for Bibles and reference at LifeWay Christian

Resources, author of This Is Our Time: Everyday Myths in Light of the

Gospel)'Although I'm a church leader who has known the Lord for decades,

I struggle to find space in my days to actually abide in Christ.

Instead, I'm tethered to the demands that barrage me through my

smartphone. The Common Rule offers a practical way back―not only for

individuals but also for churches and small groups.' (Karen Heetderks

Strong, senior director, The Falls Church Anglican, Falls Church,

Virginia)'Books are not meant to be just read. The good ones move you.

The great ones change you. I'm now a fan of Justin Whitmel Earley. He's

done something that is not so common: he teaches us eight habits that

not only change our own lives but more importantly change the lives of

those who choose to follow us.' (Tommy Spaulding, author of The Heart-

Led Leader and It's Not Just Who You Know)'Justin Earley offers a


lifeline to every busy, smartphone addicted, distracted person on earth.

In his deeply personal and immensely practical book, he inspires us to

find a rhythm that will support our most life-giving relationship of

all―our friendship with Jesus.' (Ken Shigematsu, pastor of Tenth

Church, Vancouver, BC, author of Survival Guide for the Soul)'In the

spirit of Richard Foster, Eugene Peterson, and so many other reflective

authors, this book on the common rule is an exciting contribution to the

family God. Each of us needs and longs for a path to deepen our sense of

being in this world. So many Christian writers just give us one more

self-help book. The Common Rule breaks that mold and serves as a call to

deeper intimacy with God.' (Gary Bradley, The Navigators)'Justin Whitmel

Earley's honest walk through anxiety gives hope to anyone who needs a

new way. The Common Rule becomes an accessible way to move forward in

your walk with Christ, whether battling anxiety or simply wanting to

find Christ at the center of your life. Earley's fresh look at a

liturgical life comes off the page and into your daily life. This book

is a refreshing reminder that community, shared meals, fasting, praying,

silence, and rest all have deep effects on our lives. In a society of

fast food and split families, the return to the table is more important

than ever. Earley lived the fast-paced world of no margin where everyone

has free access to his life, yet in the pages of this book, we see he

has found another way–another way for us all.' (Diana M. Shiflett,

pastor of spiritual formation, Naperville Covenant Church, author of

Spiritual Practices in Community)'When someone asks how you're doing and

you always find yourself answering, 'So busy and crazy,' it might be

time for a change. The Common Rule offers practical wisdom on how to

slowly but deliberately restructure our lives, and it shows us that when

we embrace limitations, we paradoxically gain the freedom we long for.'

(John Dyer, author of From the Garden to the City: The Redeeming and

Corrupting Power of Technology) Read more Justin Whitmel Earley (JD,

Georgetown University) is the creator of The Common Rule, a program of

habits designed to form us in the love of God and neighbor. He is also a

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