REST


Subversive Sabbath

Also Swoboda 

We live in a 24/7 culture of endless productivity, workaholism, distraction, burnout, and anxiety--a way of life to which we've sadly grown accustomed. This tired system of "life" ultimately destroys our souls, our bodies, our relationships, our society, and the rest of God's creation. The whole world grows exhausted because humanity has forgotten to enter into God's rest.nus explores why we believe anything and why believing Jesus is so different.



John Mark Comer

Outwardly, Pastor Comer appeared to be successful. Inwardly, things were a mess. Turning to a trusted mentor for guidance, he was told, "Hurry is the great enemy of the spiritual life." It wasn't the response he expected, but it's the one he lives by today. Discover the compelling case in favor of a slower, simpler lifestyle.

Rest for Your Soul | E1

Are you tired? We are plagued by a cancerous restlessness of our condition and our culture, made worse by our digital technology. Through sabbath, the way of Jesus instead offers rest and peace. In this episode, John Mark teaches on the need for sabbath in our lives and its potential to radically change our walk with God.


 Sabbath as a Rhythm | E2

Sabbath was built into the rhythm of creation and going against this rhythm has consequences. John Mark lays out a biblical theology of sabbath, showing that sabbath is instituted by God, blessed, holy, made for worship, a command and a gift, and a day to remember.


 Sabbath as Resistance | E3

In a culture that is addicted to the twin drugs of accomplishment and accumulation, sabbath is how we “fight” back against Egypt, Pharaoh, and his empire. John Mark continues his biblical theology on sabbath with an exploration of work and rest in the story of the Exodus.


Stop, Rest, Delight, Worship | E4

Did Jesus practice sabbath? John Mark talks about Jesus’s teachings and relationship to the sabbath by highlighting four common words associated with the word “shabbat”: stop, rest, delight, and worship. John Mark shows how these four words give us clues on how to find happiness, joy, and peace in this practice.


The Sabbath Practice

The Sabbath is a 24-hour hour time period set aside to stop, rest, delight, and worship. It is the best day of the week. In our era of chronic exhaustion, emotional unhealth, and spiritual stagnation, few things are more necessary than the recovery of this ancient practice.


A Parent's Guide to Sabbath and Rest


Wisdom and Sabbath Rest

Tim Keller

Subversive Sabbath

Also Swoboda 

We live in a 24/7 culture of endless productivity, workaholism, distraction, burnout, and anxiety--a way of life to which we've sadly grown accustomed. This tired system of "life" ultimately destroys our souls, our bodies, our relationships, our society, and the rest of God's creation. The whole world grows exhausted because humanity has forgotten to enter into God's rest.nus explores why we believe anything and why believing Jesus is so different.



John Mark Comer

Outwardly, Pastor Comer appeared to be successful. Inwardly, things were a mess. Turning to a trusted mentor for guidance, he was told, "Hurry is the great enemy of the spiritual life." It wasn't the response he expected, but it's the one he lives by today. Discover the compelling case in favor of a slower, simpler lifestyle.

Rest for Your Soul | E1

Are you tired? We are plagued by a cancerous restlessness of our condition and our culture, made worse by our digital technology. Through sabbath, the way of Jesus instead offers rest and peace. In this episode, John Mark teaches on the need for sabbath in our lives and its potential to radically change our walk with God.


 Sabbath as a Rhythm | E2

Sabbath was built into the rhythm of creation and going against this rhythm has consequences. John Mark lays out a biblical theology of sabbath, showing that sabbath is instituted by God, blessed, holy, made for worship, a command and a gift, and a day to remember.


 Sabbath as Resistance | E3

In a culture that is addicted to the twin drugs of accomplishment and accumulation, sabbath is how we “fight” back against Egypt, Pharaoh, and his empire. John Mark continues his biblical theology on sabbath with an exploration of work and rest in the story of the Exodus.


Stop, Rest, Delight, Worship | E4

Did Jesus practice sabbath? John Mark talks about Jesus’s teachings and relationship to the sabbath by highlighting four common words associated with the word “shabbat”: stop, rest, delight, and worship. John Mark shows how these four words give us clues on how to find happiness, joy, and peace in this practice.


The Sabbath Practice

The Sabbath is a 24-hour hour time period set aside to stop, rest, delight, and worship. It is the best day of the week. In our era of chronic exhaustion, emotional unhealth, and spiritual stagnation, few things are more necessary than the recovery of this ancient practice.


A Parent's Guide to Sabbath and Rest


Wisdom and Sabbath Rest

Tim Keller