Rest doesn’t need to be a four letter word.
If you feel like you’re about to break from exhaustion, learn how a weekly Sabbath rest can help you invite joy back into your weekend.
We’re living an upside down life.
We were never meant to do life at a frantic pace, and yet, we move through our to-do lists and our to-be lists in a way that ignores our our humanity and barely acknowledges the sovereignty and grace-filled provision of Jesus.
Let’s change that together.
Hey there. I’m Rachel.
A few years ago, in the middle of a very exhausting season of life, I was introduced to a question that I couldn’t let go of:
“What could it mean for my life if I spent one day a week observing a Sabbath rest?”
I shared this question with my husband and together we implemented a weekly family practice of Sabbath. Soon, I had the answer to the question:
Physical rest. Soul Care. Stabilizing peace. A return to my whole self.
And that’s my desire for you too.
What you’ll find in this space is not just another thing to add to your to-do list.
This is not another expectation for you to live up to.
It is a gift out stretched from the hand of your creator. An invitation to press pause on walking alongside Jesus in all the things He’s called you to do. And instead the down, across from Him and just be with Him.
It is an invitation to Simply Sabbath.
How to Sabbath
Does the idea of adding a day of rest to your week intrigue you, but you don’t know how to do that exactly? You’ll want to start here: