In a world of self-care, people are rediscovering an ancient practice that is good for the individual and their community.
A life spent spinning frantically around and around will leave you dizzy. It’s important to stop. Here’s how.
Catch a glimpse of how Sabbath observance brings families and communities together
The ancient practices of Sabbath observance offer the opportunity to build deeper relationships that are more healing and ask more of us.
Work is a big part of life—but can people be slaves to it? Bruce Manners goes through practical steps to prevent burnout.
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.
Ed Gallagher says finding hope for the end of the world requires looking in an unexpected place . . .
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 10.
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.
Each February we set aside a day to celebrate romantic love. And Charissa Fong says God has also set aside a day when we celebrate His love for us and ours for Him.
What happened when a young woman shut her shop on the busiest day of the week in order to obey God?
There are many ways to enjoy the Sabbath that are in keeping with biblical principles.