The Sabbath is a commandment and a practice that has become largely ignored by Evangelicals today. “Our approach to the sabbath commandment was different [than our approach to the other commandments]. We had become so captivated by our work, so impressed by its demands on us and by our own sense of indispensability, that it had vanished from our consciousness,” writes author and theologian Dorothy Bass.
How are we to practice the Sabbath? How can our lives stand out and proclaim: Today something else is more important than commerce, busyness, my to-do list, or my kids’ extracurricular activities? And how can a proper
understanding of Sabbath rest infiltrate and influence the way we live and work throughout the rest of the week?
In this Kyria eBook, we explore these issues and many more. You’ll discover insights from authors who’ve developed meaningful Sabbath habits and learn how they practice those habits in an attitude of grace. You’ll be challenged with specific suggestions for how you and your family can more deeply connect with God during your day of rest. And finally, you’ll be pushed to examine how you live the rest of the week—how the all too common breakneck pace of multitasking can actually do spiritual damage.