Sabbath Rest, Freedom, and Joy

Theresa F. Latini When I was called to serve as Executive Director at Mount Olivet Conference & Retreat Center, I thought a lot about the connection of “retreat” to “rest” and “rest” to “Sabbath.” Over my years of teaching pastoral care, I had become increasingly aware of the necessity of Sabbath rest and the propensityContinue reading “Sabbath Rest, Freedom, and Joy”

A Sabbath (Re)Orientation

Travis West The Sabbath is a cosmic gift woven into the fabric of creation from the very beginning of time—a gift that we desperately need today. Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel revitalized Sabbath practice in American Jewish communities in the twentieth century with the publication of his magisterial little book The Sabbath. Heschel brings unique passion,Continue reading “A Sabbath (Re)Orientation”