Sabbath can be a day, but it can also be a place with God — a space He makes, where He pursues. Our world is moving at hyper-speed, we live on the edge, distracted by what’s next while missing the present. Sabbath is not just an interruption in our rhythm, it sets it.
“Be still and know that I am God.”
– Psalm 46:10
Therefore: We will prioritize the Sabbath experience to stop, rest, delight and contemplate His Word, beauty, works and wonders recognizing that God is sufficient for us and it is He who sustains us, not the work of our hands.