One of the very best things about Fridays is that it’s a dedicated evening with my family.
I look forward to it all day. Even all week.
Nothing fancy. But all family.
As an added bonus, I try to observe a Sabbath rest on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. That especially means no work related computer activity tonight. And it’s often easier to simply stay unplugged.
I love it.
As a tither, I believe that God can take my 90% far further than I could take my 100%.
As a growing disciple, I’m moving to the point of believing that God can take my 6 days further than I can take my 7.
A whole day seems challenging as a bi-vocational person. The most obvious day is Saturday, but that’s the best day for connecting with people too. Interestingly, my rabbi friend thinks it’s amusing that Christian pastors wrestle with this. Apparently, Sabbath is Sabbath. Rabbinic worship leading isn’t “work” like we protestants see it. It’s just how they celebrate Sabbath.
I’m still working on getting a day. 🙂
I’m not there yet. But I’m getting closer.
And now I’m going home!