Dennis Rainey, John Piper, Melissa Spoelstra, and Hannah Anderson give their perspective on how to best honor the Sabbath and keep it holy.
Hannah Anderson lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia where she works with her husband in rural ministry and cares for their three elementary-aged children. She is the author of Made for More and the newly released Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul (Moody). You can find more of her writing at sometimesalight.com, hear her on the weekly podcast Persuasion, or follow her on Twitter @sometimesalight.
What Sabbath Is About
Humility Makes You Productive
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me.” Author Hannah Anderson, along with Barbara Rainey, explains what it means to be under Christ’s yoke, and how we find rest when we embrace His calling for us.
Taking Up Christ’s Yoke
Hannah Anderson and Barbara Rainey talk about the need for humility as they seek to live within the boundaries God has drawn for them.
Come, Take, and Learn
Hannah Anderson tells of a season when the stress and anxiety of daily living kept her up at night. Anderson realized that leaning into Christ and learning humility was the key to finding peace.
Rural and Urban Ministry
Hannah Anderson describes her life and church ministry in a rural setting, and David Robbins describes family life and ministry in the heart of New York City.
A Prescription for Busyness
Are you too busy? Answer this question as you learn more from Joanne Kraft, Kevin DeYoung, and Hannah Anderson.
The Importance of Rest
Resting is a spiritual discipline that many of us choose to ignore. Guests Hannah Anderson and Barbara Rainey describe why our souls are in desperate need of consistent periods of rest.