We live in hungry times. There is economic uncertainty, fear, violence, division, and social chaos. What is needed for times such as these is a heart full of courage and wisdom grounded in compassion and resilience. For this, we can turn to one of the practices that for so many centuries nourished people of faith through incredibly difficult life circumstances and service. Traditionally it was a communal gathering time of rest, ritual, and prayer. It is Sabbath keeping. In Soul Tending, Anita Amstutz offers field notes and a road map from her own Sabbath keeping practice for the 21st century — a practice rooted in tradition but whose tenets can be applied to practices fit for our present hectic and troubling world.
Anita has written the book in such a way that it can easily be adapted as a
study guide! Each chapter ends with a list of questions for reflection that
are perfect for use by full congregations, independent readers, and every
kind of group in between. This provides an accessible and engaging method
to a shared understanding of Sabbath keeping in the modern day.