Happy Father's Day to all fathers, and blessings to all of us who are called to invest in others as spiritual parents (that means you!). In Acts 19, Paul spends about 3 months in the synagogue of Ephesus, preaching Jesus as Messiah. When hearts harden, he moves to a lecture hall, using the mornings to work as a laborer and the hot hours of midday to point the way to Jesus. And Leeann and I delve into the first part of a poignant and deep conversation about the second practice recommended by Comer: Sabbath. Learning to follow Jesus means being intentional about stopping, resting, and delighting in what God has made and done. Sabbath gives life more like God intended us to have.