CD Series

Balancing Life’s Demands

Biblical Priorities For A Busy Life


Are you busy, tired, stressed out, and stretched to the limit? Does life seem a little out of control?  Are you running long on “to do’s” and short on time?  In this series, you will learn how to put “first things first” and find peace in the midst of pressure and adversity.  This isn’t about cliches or quick fixes, just practical biblical insights to help you order your personal world.


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This five part CD series includes the following messages:

  • The Peace and Power of a Prioritized Life

Feeling overwhelmed?  Need a does of peace and a renewed sense of God’s power?  Join Chip and discover how you can experience God’s peace and power like never before.

  • How to Put First Things First

Is your “to-do” list too long? Do you have too many people wanting your attention?  If you’re struggling to keep all the balls in the air, Chip shares how you can put first things first.

  • How to Keep First Things First

Setting priorities, putting first things first is important.  The question is how do you keep those priorities in place? Chip explores the essential elements that must be in place in order for you to be able to keep your priorities in line over the long haul.

  • Warning: Personal Discipline Can be Hazardous to Your Health

You’re doing all the right things –  reading your Bible, going to church, being generous with your finances – but you feel spiritually dead inside.  What’s wrong? Chip reveals the danger of becoming too disciplined in both your personal and spiritual life.

  • How to Escape the Rat Race…Forever!

Chip wraps up this series with an important reminder about what it takes to be truly successful in your spiritual life, in your relationships, and in your finances.

There are message notes that go along with Chip’s Balancing Life’s Demands messages. You can download those here.

Additional Information

Weight 0.56 lbs
Dimensions 6.5 × 6.5 × 1 in



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