- A Brief History of American Christians Fighting Sunday MailGerald E. Groff is taking the postal service to the US Supreme Court. Behind him is a long line of sabbatarians.
- A Waste of Time, a Work of LoveThe dawn of Easter reminds us that what the world might see as a waste can actually be a wonder.Français简体中文Indonesian繁體中文
- Worship Can Sound Like Silence and Feel Like RestThe Liturgy Collective Gathering aims to offer a reprieve to the leaders responsible for filling the soundtracks of our services.
- Embracing the Liturgy of Labor DayIn today’s hybrid work culture, Christians should recommit to the biblical rhythms of work and rest.
- Viral JesusEpisode 29|41minAshley Hales: Trading Hurry for DelightThe wisdom and beauty of living within God’s limits.
- Spiritual Lessons from My Dumb PhoneIt’s time to fight our technology addictions.
- Amazon Primes a Sunday Work DilemmaWith two delivery drivers suing over schedules, Sabbatarian Christians find their observance increasingly countercultural in a 24/7 economy.
- From Monks and Bells to Apps and NotificationsThe church used to keep the tempo of life. Now Silicon Valley is pushing the pace—and pulling the church along with it.
- Christians Should Be in the News Cycle, but Not of ItHow believers can stay up on the day’s events without becoming prisoners of the moment.
- The Art of PastoringEpisode 7|30minPodcast: Not Feeling ItHow do we serve, preach, and lead when our passion and energy are running low?