Everyday Sabbath: How to Lead Your Dance with Media and Technology in Mindful and Sacred Ways (Cascade Books, 2021), by Paul Patton and Robert Woods (Foreword: Nathan Foster; Preface: Al Kresta)
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Here is where we will upload instructional materials and other resources that will allow you to use the book in classroom and small group settings. We have several faculty adopting the book for the 2021-22 academic year and will share that content as we get access to it.
We have created a Facebook page that will be used for updated examples and illustrations to help keep the book updated. We will also post much of that same material here on this page.
You can purchase the book on our publisher’s website and read what endorsers said about it: Cascade Books, or get an examination/desk copy.
You can purchase the book on amazon. If you like the book, we ask that you go to amazon and provide a favorable review of the book. You will receive a an additional, discounted copy of the book from the authors while supplies last if you complete a review and contact us: [email protected].
Schedule Paul and/or Robert for a free live or virtual presentation: [email protected]. Our next presentation will be Walla Walla University, Oct. 18, 7 pm PCT. Please join us if you are in the area.
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].
Individuals who adopted Everyday Sabbath in an educational setting:
1. Mary Darling, Spring Arbor University, Introduction to Communication (Com 100) (Syllabus, Daily Schedule)
2. Wally Metts, Spring Arbor University (materials forthcoming)
3. Diane Badzinski, Colorado Christian University (materials forthcoming)
4. Elizabeth McLaughlin, Bethel University (materials forthcoming) (social media course)
5. Leonard Sweet, George Fox University (fortchoming)
1. Paul speaking at Taylor University, Feb. 2021, on Sacred Interiority (chapters 5 and 6)
2. Paul being interviewed by Nathan Foster on his Renovare Podcast about the book. Title: Redeeming the Moment You Are In. (Episode 218, 26 Minutes)
Stay tuned. . .
Paul and Robert