A major “spiritual occupational hazard” for an academic is thinking too much of yourself. This can show itself as pride and arrogance . . .
Do I Really Need a Sabbath? (Scholar’s Compass)
The key to Sabbath is to trust God rather than ourselves.
Scholar’s Compass: Remembering Sabbath
We live in an age in which production is cherished above nearly everything else in the workplace. How can we be counter-cultural in this day and age in which our work follows us with our smart-phones everywhere we go? One way is to keep a 24 hour Sabbath.
What I Wish I’d Known: Balancing Life and Graduate School
Worship. Community. Rest. Accountability. Fun. . . .
What does it mean to observe the Sabbath?
Hope I didn’t catch you (and me) at an awkward time, but are you already thirsting for encouragement in Sabbath-keeping this fall term? As I reflected upon the topic and prayed for the graduate students and faculty with whom I minister, I returned to Calvin College’s helpful Sabbath-keeping resource page for faculty. Below’s just a taste: In an academic setting like Calvin where Monday […]