Do get the chance to properly rest over the break? And if you do, do you find that you continue to feel tired and fatigued into the new year?
Sunday Sabbath reminds us to start with God – and when you start with God, you write a very different story to the one you write without God.
What if wasting time was the most productive thing you could do this week? I mean intentionally giving yourself permission to rest or play.
The idea of digital rest is gaining popularity. Rather than being eaten alive by tech, or going entirely off-grid, we should find a balance.
Why not mull over these images – the Lord my shield, my sleep, my security, my deliverer? Perhaps they will ring true for you this week.
Narrative is powerful. It helps people make sense of their lives and the world around them. It has a way of bringing people in contact with meaning.
While 2022 has seen us regain the ‘normal’ we missed, it’s also left many of us feeling totally depleted. Here are some tips to recharge.
The more we can trust that God is in control and cares for us, and that we don’t have to earn his approval, the more we’ll be able to “rest” .
Susan Browning was always busy – until the day she started watching clouds go by – and felt a tiny bit restored. It started a new habit.
Are we so attached to our technology that we have lost the ability to tune out and turn off? What are the implications for us relationally and spiritually?