More Wonder, More Life, More God

June 7, 2015

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Originally posted on Search for Sabbath:
Tethered by fear–Before finishing his talk about Sabbath today, DanAllender is showered with questions. One in particular seems to hang in the air– it is the challenge of the old guard which I knew would come. “If we were to do Sabbath as you described last week,” says the gentleman,…

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July 20, 2011

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The time in between–A number of years ago, when we were much younger parents, my husband returned from a conference about family with a separate chain link for each of us. It was a precious surprise, as he placed it in my open hand and simply said, “This is so we’ll always be linked together–no matter what.” […]

More Wonder, More Life, More God

July 18, 2011

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Tethered by fear–Before finishing his talk about Sabbath today, DanAllender is showered with questions. One in particular seems to hang in the air– it is the challenge of the old guard which I knew would come. “If we were to do Sabbath as you described last week,” says the gentleman, “what would be the difference between […]

The Rub

July 14, 2011

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To Plan or Not to Plan—It’s Thursday and I’m wildly anticipating my next Sabbath exploration, so as my husband and I walk to town I crack open the subject. When do you want to start our Sabbath?  We’ve been married a long time and I know this simple question will put a fissure in his universe. […]

Promise and Possibility

July 14, 2011

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According to the Bark–So after hearing about Sabbath, my husband and I decided to throw off everything that cramped our delight and go for a walk–the summer weather is lingering in Seattle and if one has lived here for even the shortest amount of time, it’s understood that being outdoors is vital. Walking, running, biking all work […]

In What Do You Delight?

July 14, 2011

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In the Beginning—I know it’s so Julie and Julia, but I want to start a blog– A Search for Sabbath. It all began when Dan Allender came to our church to speak about his book Sabbath: The Ancient Practices. Perhaps, like me, you think of Sabbath as a day of rest–By the seventh day God had finished the work he […]

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