Here's the publisher's synopsis:
The American way of life pushes people to constantly strive for more--more money, more stuff, more clout. Consumerism has taken over our culture. But how much is enough? And how do we know when we have too much of a good thing? How should Christians respond to the ever-present push to buy more? In this provocative, paradigm-shifting book, Will Davis Jr. challenges readers to discover the peace that comes through contentment with what we have and compassion for those in need.Available July 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
Through surprising statistics, scriptural insight and real-life stories, Enough: Finding More by Living with Less encourages readers to examine their lifestyles and reevaluate what they truly need to live happy, spiritually-fulfilled lives. Davis shares his own journey to be content with less – less stuff, less money and unfortunately, less pizza. What he, his family and his church discovered is a deeper, fuller life that isn’t bogged down by material possessions.
“Your purpose in life isn’t to make money,” writes Davis. “If you limit your life’s purpose to acquiring wealth or living comfortably, then you’ll never have enough, and you’ll never be satisfied.”
Davis isn’t asking readers to take a vow of poverty, but to consider the Bible’s promise to those who willingly choose to live with less. “The Bible says you’ll be richer if you scale back what you have. It says your life will be fuller. You’ll have less stress, more time for the things that matter, the potential for better relationships and more joy. Bottom line: in the language of our culture, you’ll be happier.”