The Sabbath is not about me. It’s about God.
The author of this article claims that the intimate link between the Sabbath and holiness is what makes the Sabbath the testing truth in the final battle between good and evil.
Read how the ceremonial Sabbaths ended with Jesus’ death on the cross, but the seventh-day Sabbath should still be kept holy to the glory of God.
This essay argues that the fourth commandment Sabbath sanctity is not only about a day’s rest but also about total commitment to God seven days a week.
What can we learn from Jews about the Sabbath as a practice?
What is the evidence found in the Scriptures regarding Creation and the Sabbath? And if indeed the gift of a weekly Sabbath was given in Eden, how did our Creator intend for His creation to experience Sabbath?
This article focuses on one aspect: the names of weekdays in the New Testament and other early Christian literature and how these names inform.
Toughest People to Love: How to Understand, Lead, and Love the Difficult People in Your Life— Including Yourself
The author draws upon his experience as a pastor, seminary professor, therapist, and church leader to challenge the reader to think differently about very difficult people and to explore new ways of relating to them.
What is it about the seventh-day Sabbath that is so arresting, so compelling, that it beds down in your heart with a power and conviction that cannot be shaken?