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Ruth Pauley on Creating a Culture of Rest with the Shabbat Meal

35 min / Published

When we practice a weekly Sabbath in our homes, we go against the flow of our culture, and so we have to actively create a culture that celebrates a rhythm of rest and connecting with God and others. The Shabbat meal is one way in which you can cultivate a culture of rest in your home each week. My guest, Ruth Pauley, shares what the Shabbat meal looks like in their home and how it has made an impact in their family. Listen in.

About my Guest:

Ruth Pauley is a wife, homeschooling mother of three, and a writer. She shares her thoughts on prayer, adoration of God, homeschooling, and healthy living on her blog and Instagram. Ruth and her family reside in the Houston, Texas area.

Connect with Ruth:



Foundations: 12 Biblical Truths to Shape a Family by Ruth Chou Simons


Connect with Rachel

Website: https://rachelfahrenbach.com
Facebook: https://facebook.com/rachelfahrenbach
Instagram: https://instagram.com/rachelfahrenbach

What Next:

Ready to being practicing Sabbath but don't know where to start? Grab this free guide: The Busy Mom's Guide to a Simple Family Sabbath: https://rachelfahrenbach.com/busymomsguide


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  • sabbath
  • shabbat
  • food
  • meal plan
  • community
  • family
  • motherhood
  • rest
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