The Rhythm of Sabbath

The Rhythm of Sabbath

Staff Writer This post was written by Aaron Miller, the youth pastor at Life Church. I’ve never thought of myself as a work-aholic. But this summer has taught me a few things: One, that I have limits and Two, that I cannot wait until everything is in place or finished...
Rest in Every Season

Rest in Every Season

Guest Writer This post was written by Lydia Powers, a teacher and blogger in the Washington area. You can read more of her work on her blog. “You know well enough how the wind blows this way and that. You hear it rustling through the trees, but you have no idea where...
Slothful Sabbath

Slothful Sabbath

Guest Writer This post was written by Jamie Donne, a campus minister at Washington and Jefferson College. You can read more of her work on her blog. Laziness is Exhausting Have you been surprised about how much of our view of rest points back to our view of work? We...
Drink. Rest. Abide.

Drink. Rest. Abide.

This week’s post is written by Shar Mavrich, a teacher in the Pittsburgh Area who loves Jesus with all of her heart. And the Lord said, My presence will go with you, and I will give you rest. Exodus 33:14 This Sabbath Summer is about to get heavy.  Really...
Find Space To Dream

Find Space To Dream

This week’s post was written by Lydia Powers, a teacher and Christian blogger in the Washington area. As I was prepping for my family’s upcoming July 4th festivities, my brain was working hard to keep track of all of the ingredients necessary to tackle my latest...
Let Go and Have Fun

Let Go and Have Fun

This week’s post is written by Jory Micah, a Christian blogger in the Washington area. You can read more about her below. The other day one of my friends posted a video on Facebook of her three children playing on the beach with the caption, “I love...

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