Tag Archives: Sabbath

Sharpening the Saw in Nature

In order to sustain our efforts over time, we must experience the rejuvenating influence of rest. Stephen Covey called this “sharpening the saw,” and he considered it the 7th habit of “highly effective people.” For optimal performance, we must periodically … Continue reading

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God’s Priorities: Towards a Hierarchy

“For I desire mercy and not sacrifice, And the knowledge of God more than burnt offerings.” (Hosea 6:6, NKJV) I have previously written about how I understand God’s priorities. At the end of that post, I listed the two times … Continue reading

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National Day of Unplugging by Giving Back

Looks like it’s too late for me to celebrate National Day of Unplugging by Giving Back (Mar 4-5). For 24 hours, starting at sundown Friday March 4, 2011, people across the nation will reclaim time, slow down their lives and reconnect … Continue reading

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Constructing Adv. Theology

A couple items today from the Constructing Adventist Theology blog: Jared Wright on Progressive Adventism (short video; last minute directly relates to activism) Sabbath Prayer (Walter Rauschenbusch)

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