In case you haven’t already, I’d encourage you to read, practice, and share material from the brief CT article Eat, Drink, and Relax* with colleagues, family, friends, and house parties.
Bonus: how about this life vision? More on it after Thanksgiving, unless you’d like to make a comment before then ;-)
Puritanism was impelled by the insight that all of life is God’s. The Puritans lived simultaneously in two worlds — the invisible spiritual world and the physical world of earthly existence. For the Puritans, both worlds were equally real, and there was no cleavage of life into sacred and secular. All of life was sacred. — Leland Ryken. Worldly Saints: The Puritans As They Really Were. Zondervan, 1986.
*Note: Written by Elesha Coffman who was managing editor of Christian History & Biography. She is now working on a Ph.D in church history from Duke University.