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May 15, 2005

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jda

oh how i miss those days of sabbath...glad to see you doing something about it!

Rick Ellis

Mike what an awesome day! Enjoy these family times in God's creation as frequently as possible. It seems that time moves so swiftly that if we are not careful our cildren grow and their own busyness. Kinda of a Cat's in the Craddle moment.

I look forward to reading and listening to your sabbath experiences. We still need to connect. Take care buddy!

Zach

you should check out a book called "The Sabbath" by Abraham Joshua Heschel when you get a chance.

chris

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FYI, in case you did not know!!!

Mike DeVries

Zach, thanks for the recommendation on Heschel's book. That was the book that began it all for me when we "birthed" our church in the garage. Heschel was the first person I ever read that framed the Sabbath as a concept of sacred time - a place in time where we can step away from "time" and exist in a sacred moment. For those of you who have not read it, it's a classic.

Jessy Osehan

Heschel's book is great. Mike, it was great to read through the time you had with your family. Your post made me think a bit about my own rhythm as well. It's interesting how sometimes we make rhythm into a set of plans when really rhythm isn't planning, but stepping into something that is already happening.

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