Usually I write long posts, but this time I’ll get straight to the point – it’s nap time.
One of my favorite pastors and all-around human beings, Dr. Joel C. Hunter, once said, “Sometimes the most spiritual thing you can do in your situation is take a nap.”
I hope you feel as much freedom to make space for yourself to rest as I did when I first heard that.
Don’t worry, I’ll get back to the How To Lead Your Feelings series with the post on Anger sometime soon. You can subscribe so you don’t miss it, if you want to.

Enjoy your nap!

Published by Sara Hall

Hi! My name is Sara. I'm a minister, author, prayer team leader, and counselor in Oklahoma. My life vision statement is, β€œTo help people overcome the emotional barriers that prevent them from having their best possible relationships with God and others.” I do this through helping people discover practical ways to apply Scripture to their everyday lives. I have a bachelor's degree in Christian Ministry: Counseling and Biblical Studies. My husband, Steven, and I have been married 13 years and we have two sons. We also own and operate a company called which serves churches and businesses with modular stage backdrops for their services and events.

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  1. Hey Sara!

    I’m so proud of you for all of your blog posts, but this one especially! I hope and pray that you are able to get the rest you need today. πŸ™‚


    Aunt Linda πŸ€—

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