Sabbath Rest in a World of Stress

Sabbath Rest in a World of Stress sareinwoofst
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OVERVIEW

In this Kyria download, we’ll explore issues around the discipline of observing the Sabbath. 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. Finally, you’ll find practical insights for how to live in a way on Monday through Saturday that still honors the spirit of Sabbath-rest.
Introduction
Chicken Nuggets and the Fourth Commandment
by Kelli B. Trujillo

Leader’s Guide
How to use “Sabbath Rest in a World of Stress” for a group study

The Gift of Rest
How to embrace the blessings of the Sabbath
by Lynne M. Baab

Keepin' It Holy
How honoring the Sabbath helps you remember what's really important
by Lauren Winner

Multitasking: Bad for the Soul
Sure, I was getting a lot done as a mother of four. But I was having a hard time obeying God.
by Jennifer Grant

Your Most Important Conversation
Form a Sabbath habit of conversing with God.
by Gordon McDonald

Just Say "No"!
Living at a pace that honors God
by Romona Cramer Tucker

Our Restless Lives
Why this weekend will be different
by Susan Arico

Additional Resources
Articles, books and a Bible study to help you further

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