These are the 3 rules posted on the door of David and Lo-Ann Trembley's innovative, inner-city, tri-ethnic church that has a special ministry to the mentally challenged. As copastors who themselves live in the inner city of Milwaukee, they have learned to live more richly with less money. The Gratitude Attitude offers practical, homey ideas for"going for relational riches and withdrawing from the rat race of materialism."
This nine-week book of daily devotionals offers small steps and little ideas for making life richer by living more simply. The Trembleys provide easy steps for going deeper into life by learning how to focus more time and energy on family, friends, and the care of one's own soul.
In a day when pastors often calculate success by swelling memberships and huge multimedia ministries, and when working people are desperately trying to keep up with the latest technological gadgets, the Trembleys offer a sane voice on behalf of the simple human soul. They stress that technology is not the answer to our problems and that life is about face-to-face relationships -- loving our neighbors with our presence and our joy.