Sabbath for the 21st Century

Honest observers of the Adventist Church must admit that the Sabbath has faded in the estimation of church members the world over. It remains a day of rest, true – but too often, little else. Perhaps spooked by the legalistic excesses of the past (both real and imagined), benign neglect has taken the Sabbath from a key part of joyful spiritual renewal to a more generic, almost-American-Evangelical-Sunday-like treatment of the day.

There is a better way, as the presentation below strives to show.