Learn the Rhythm
Our rhythm is built around the ways of Jesus. Simply put, we want to do the same things Jesus did. If he thought it was important, then we believe it should be important to us. After all, we believe that he knows what's best for us and that only he can fulfill the deepest desires of our soul.
Some call this rhythm "spiritual disciplines" and, indeed, they are. But we believe it's so much more than that. It's a way of life and a way of being.
Rhythm implies that that we are moving in sync with Jesus, paying attention to what he is doing and what he is speaking. In order to be in sync with Jesus we have to slow down and learn to seek well.
There are five daily elements to this rhythm: Settling, Prayer, Scripture, Listening and Journaling. Each require some practice and discipline.
The ways of Jesus are slow, not fast. From the very beginning, he has asked us to set aside a day a week to remember his faithfulness. He is the provider and his provision does not depend on our efforts.
Sabbath is a weekly rhythm to intentionally take a break from the noise and to rest our souls. It's the way God designed us and essential to following the ways of Jesus.