Do you need a breather?  A few minutes to slow your heart rate, settle your mind?  Welcome to life in the 21st century—it’s frenetic, like the scenery from a speeding train.
Do you meet yourself coming and going?  Do you have more on your plate than you can possibly get done?  Do you feel like you are run ragged?  If so Living in Harmony is for you!

Author Richard Exley lives there—in Harmony.  He moved years ago, when he realized that success starts at home.  He is a man who has juggled brutal schedules and a stressfully satisfying career and now he wants to help you by providing practical tips for bringing your life into balance.
In this guide for the compulsively busy, Exley allows us a look into his own experiences.  You will walk with him as he struggles to balance work, rest, worship and play—finally discovering his answer in the life and ministry of Jesus.  Although Jesus was totally committed to ministry, He also took time to pray, relax, and nurture friendships.
The life of abundance that Jesus offers is different from what the world promises.  Instead of success without fulfillment, He offers meaning in the midst of our hectic lives.  Exley invites you to move to Harmony where you will find meaning and fulfillment.  It’ll be the best move you will ever make.



What others are saying...


“When I first read Living in Harmony, I started hoarding copies, that I

might give them as precious gifts to my dearest friends and associates.”

-- Roy H. Williams

Wall Street Journal and New York Times best-selling author


“Living in Harmony is a book you will want to read over and over, then pass on to your friends.”

-- Max Davis, author

“Never Stick Your Tongue Out at Mama”

“Desperate Dependence” “Whether you are an overworked executive, over-stressed pastor, harried mother of pre-schoolers, or just feel like life has become a ‘have to’ instead of a ‘get to,’ Living in Harmony is for you. Buy one for yourself and one for a friend.”

-- Randy Phillips
Founding Pastor of Oak River Church