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 this life alone. And yet, we move through our to-do lists and our to-be lists at a pace 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.

As I shared about our family’s Sabbath practice, other busy Christian moms asked me for the specific how-tos. As a result, a guided journal and podcast were created.

But, I realized it’s not enough.

If things are going to change in our homes and our churches — and they desperately need to change — then we need to normalize Sabbath rest, give practical advice for implementing it, and point to the spiritual implications of God’s plan and permission for rest.

And it can’t just be me talking about it.

Because a movement takes more than just one individual; it takes an entire collective embracing a renewed way of doing things.

So, if you are longing for a way out from under the hurry and to reclaim the peace and joy Jesus has for you in your everyday, then you are in the right place and we are here practicing right beside you.

Welcome to the Simply Sabbath Collective.

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:

Designed to Sabbath 

Designed is a monthly reminder to rest sent straight to your email inbox. It offers encouragement, tips and resources for practicing Sabbath, and a reflective question to take with you into the new month. 

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