What if we recognized having a “case of the Mondays” as a symptom of a larger problem? Cap explores what Sabbath rest signifies for our well-being.
On Sunday we talked about how Pharaoh’s way of slavery in Egypt was meant to dehumanize and control the Israelites. God’s gift of liberation and Sabbath was the gift of freedom to discover their God-given purposes. In “Healing a Life of Fear with Creativity,” Ken applies a similar line of thought to our lives today.
In 2014, Regent College offered an online forum on Sabbath called “Freedom in the Busy.” You can watch the video of the livecast or question & answers from leaders, including Ann Voskamp and Mark Buchanan, free of charge.
We’re doing a churchwide series using material from Peter & Geri Scazzero called Emotionally Healthy Spirituality. During this first week, we thought about the cost of emotional and spiritual immaturity by looking at Saul’s struggle in 1 Samuel 15. We closed our worship time asking the Holy Spirit to bring to our attention our areas of immaturity.
One of the ‘symptoms’ of emotionally unhealthy spirituality (as outlined by Pete in his book) is “Ignoring the emotions of anger, sadness, and fear.” Our links today provide some ideas on what to do instead of ignoring them.
Learn from David’s approach to fear and anger in “Two Quick Remedies for Anger, Hurt, and Fear.”
The Institute for Faith, Work & Economics helps us think through common fears that workers experience.
Finally, for those of us who carry sadness and regret about the past, there’s “How to Live with Regret” by Bill Lokey.