Posted: 22 December 2016

Unless you are a theologian…

With the coming of Christ, no longer is it the Israelite people who are commanded to remember the Sabbath, but rather the possibility of this rest and restoration is something accessible to young, old, oppressed and free people from all cultures and ways of life’ Esther Elliott.

We all need to take time out to rest. Christians are called to it. Unless you are a theologian, why not use part of your day of rest to read our theology on the Sabbath and creating a Breathing Space?

Read and share our Breathing Space theology

Well-being and mental health

It is well documented that rest and well-being are related. For example, one survey of more than 18,000 people from 134 different countries, found that those who felt they needed more rest scored lower in terms of well-being. Similarly, those who responded saying they think they get more rest than average or don’t feel in need of more rest, had well-being scores twice as high as those who wanted more rest.

By Mo Baldwin - Church team

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