Sabbath Sense: A Spiritual Antidote for the Overworked
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Sabbath Sense: A Spiritual Antidote for the Overworked  -     By: Donna Schaper

Sabbath Sense: A Spiritual Antidote for the Overworked

Augsburg Fortress / 2004 / Paperback

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Lack of time is the chronic complaint of our culture---and the reality of most of our lives. Sabbath as a day of rest has been lost in our to-do lists and organizers, but the sense of Sabbath, as spiritual leisure, is very much needed in our time-starved world. Sabbath Sense offers a refreshing perspective on making the spiritual choice to take back our time, one moment at a time.

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Title: Sabbath Sense: A Spiritual Antidote for the Overworked
By: Donna Schaper
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 2004
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 0806690178
ISBN-13: 9780806690179
Stock No: WW690178

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Lack of time is the chronic complaint of our culture - and the reality of most of our lives. Sabbath as a day of rest has been lost in our to - do lists and organizers, but the sense of Sabbath, as spiritual leisure, is very much needed in our time-starved world. Sabbath Sense offers a refreshing perspective on making the spiritual choice to take back our time, one moment at a time.

Author Bio

Donna E. Schaper has preached 25 full seasons of Lent and Easter as a parish pastor and a denominational executive. She is a graduate of Gettysburg College, Gettysburg Seminary, and the University of Chicago. She currently works as Area Minister for the Western Area of Massachusetts of the United Church of Christ.

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