Tag: sabbath

  • It’s Not What You Think – Jefferson Bethke

    I had read and enjoyed Jefferson Bethke’s book [amazon_link id=”B00C4ZCZFM” target=”_blank” ]Jesus > Religion: Why He Is So Much Better Than Trying Harder, Doing More, and Being Good Enough[/amazon_link]. When I was given a chance to review his new book, [amazon_link id=”B00WDJSWVK” target=”_blank” ]It’s Not What You Think: Why Christianity Is About So Much More […]

  • Fresh Air by Chris Hodges

    I first heard of Chris Hodges from an article he wrote for Relevant Magazine. He had me at the title with, “Are You Loving God out of Obligation.” Take a look at an excerpt from this article: “Some people are trying to be good people by doing godly things—reading their Bible, praying and serving those […]

  • In Today’s World Can We Rest?

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    People now sleep 2 1/2 fewer hours each night compared to people from one hundred years ago. The average office worker has 36 hours of work piled up on his or her desk. It takes three hours a week just to sort through it and find what we need. We spend eight months of our […]

  • Slow Down to Speed Up

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    Society would tell us achievement is based on doing more. God says the opposite. I recently returned from a family holiday, camping in a beautiful South African river valley. There was no cell phone service, so we were completely unplugged. We had a wonderful four days of rest and relaxation as a family without the […]