Sleeping more can improve your wellbeing
Catch a glimpse of how Sabbath observance brings families and communities together
Doug Batchelor explains why he switched from observing the Sabbath on Sunday, the first day of the week, to observing it on Saturday, the seventh day.
The idea of a sabbatical is catching on, with some businesses essentially paying their employees to NOT work. The benefits of a break, though, are clear.
The necessity of resting one day out of every seven is built into our human bodies and that of many other living creatures.
Taking a break when you’re overwhelmed by demands on your time, might be the best thing you can do.
There are many ways to enjoy the Sabbath that are in keeping with biblical principles.
Some simple solutions to improve your health without expensive medications.
Enjoy the fruit of Someone Else's labour once a week - every week
Most of us take the seven-day week for granted. Marvin Hunt explains how it came to be seven days and not six, eight or ten.
One whole day a week to disconnect from the busyness of your life? David Edgar shows you how to obtain its full benefits.
Jo Ann Davidson discovers and experiences the joy of Sabbath through Jewish traditions.
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