Life Changing Power (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #13)

Life Changing Power (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #13)

I lived my entire life as an atheist before I first stepped foot into a Sabbath keeping church. I never went to church on Sunday, so it was not difficult for me to make any traditional transitions in going to church on Saturday. I was led out of atheism first by the book Steps to Christ, which led me to read the gospels, where my mind was totally b

The Influence of a Mother

The Influence of a Mother

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, COO (Chief Operating Officer) of Facebook, became the how-to Bible for some women’s quest for self-actualization.  But was Sandberg correct in her thesis? Can most women with children “lean in” and “have it all”?  Here, we share a few articles that have looked at this question from a different angle.   Anne Marie Sl

Finding My “ABBA” in My Sabbath (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #12)

Finding My “ABBA” in My Sabbath (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #12)

“Stop,” ABBA says, “it’s time to heal.”[1] “Still,” ABBA says, “it’s time to hear.”[2] “Sign,” ABBA says, “that you belong to me.”[3] “Surrender,” ABBA says, “the heavy burdens and be free.”[4] “Set,” ABBA says, “your sights on hope.”[5] “Sanctified,” ABBA says, “through my Holy Spirit you shall be.”[6] “Seventh-day,” ABBA says, “within my house, b

The Compass Sabbath School

The Compass Sabbath School

  I feel a deep interest in our Sabbath schools throughout the land, because I believe them to be instrumentalities of God for the education of our youth in the truths of the Bible. 2 Testimony Treasures 567.2   Here at The Compass Magazine, our mission is to help young people to construct a worldview based on the Bible and the Spirit of

Reasons Why I Love the Sabbath (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #11)

Reasons Why I Love the Sabbath (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #11)

Growing up I only looked forward to Sabbath to see my friends. One of my fondest memories of the Sabbath when I was younger,was my seventh birthday. I was so facinated with the idea that not only was I turning seven, but that it was also the seventh day of the week.  Thankfully, I've grown to love the Sabbath for better reasons than that. As we get

Rest from the Rat Race and Job Chase (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #10)

Rest from the Rat Race and Job Chase (What the Sabbath Means to Me, #10)

Tuesday morning was just getting started and I was already longing for Sabbath. No, I wasn’t having a stressful day at work, nor did feel a need to break from the hassle of a corporate job. It was worse than that. My mind had become a battle field in which faith was mightily fighting against despair, unbelief and discouragement. Seven months had pa