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Do you feel tired and weary?
I’ve been there. As a mom of a 4 year old, 2 year old, and fussy infant with a husband completely tied up at work, I reached a breaking point. I needed help.
Thankfully a dear friend challenged me to set aside a time of Sabbath rest each week. It felt impossible (how could I rest with three little children and no support?), but I resolved to try even though I knew it wouldn’t be perfect.
The result was profound. It turns out, God knows what He’s doing. Since that time, I’ve had the privilege of teaching women how to add a Sabbath rest to their week, even if they don’t think it’s possible. Many of those same women have contacted me to share the great blessing that this has been in their lives (just as it was in mine)!
That’s why I created this free Sabbath Planning Guide.
FREE Sabbath Planning Guide
In a culture of “go, go, go,” rest tends to go by the wayside. But this is not good. It’s not the way we were created to function. Join me as I teach you a little bit of what I’ve learned about Sabbath as a Christian mother of little children. Then, use this guide to make a specific plan, and give it a try!
Learning to live in the rhythm ordained by God will no doubt add abundance to your life.
This download includes:
- Printable Sabbath Planning Guide
- Audio teaching explaining the theological roots and modern day applications of Sabbath, plus how this looks for me practically
- “55 Ideas for How to Rest on Your Sabbath Day as a Mother” .pdf
- Beautiful and inspiring scripture cards about rest
Here’s what one mom had to say,
“I was exhausted after 15 years of constantly trying to do so many things for my family and trying to get my house under control. Since reading your thoughts earlier in the year I have had a regular 4.5 hours off every week when my youngest child is in daycare for 5 hours, and it has been so good for me. I no longer feel depleted and I’m enjoying things that I have always had to let go. I have also had more energy at other times and have been able to be more efficiently use the rest of my week.” –Samantha