Christians are rarely "still." They are too busy fulfilling their responsibilities with family, church, and community. Their dedication tends to foster stress, which at times can lead to prolonged anxiety. In this self-help book, psychologist Victoria Anderson and writer Lois Brown define stress and anxiety, explain the causes behind the two conditions, and share forty ways to effectively manage them by focusing on a person's physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual dimensions. The book is full of real stories of Christians who have learned the art of stillness in their lives.