Joyce Meyer's televised broadcast this morning was the first of a two-parter dealing with Simple Living. The title of the show today is "Simple Prayer and Simple Living, Part 1" and it's well worth your time. (Her book, The Power of Simple Prayer, is being offered with a set of DVDs this week as a special offer, and you can read a sample chapter for free on her site.)
Today's show is very funny. Joyce Meyer always makes me laugh. Today, she talks about letting that load of clothes build up, and then when you carry it to the washer, you realize you've already left a load setting in there. Except when she talks about doing this (I've done it, how about you?), it's hilarious. She talks about the time that she started out with a simple invite to four friends after church, come over next week for hot dogs, and turning that into a steak BBQ for 32. Again, it's really funny when you hear her telling stories on herself.
Really good thing here -- she makes an excellent example for how simplicity - simple living - isn't always the same as frugal living. They aren't synonimous terms, and it's really clear here, in how she talks about taking the complications out of your daily life, for a higher quality of living.
Another really good thing -- her book on simplifying. There's a separate post on that one, it's really good.