Shaped by a society that values productivity and achievement, young people are sleep deprived, over scheduled, and anxious. In this interview, Nathan Stucky discusses how, through the gift of Sabbath rest, God invites young people into an identity that is rooted not in personal achievement but in the grace, life, and provision of God.
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Nathan Stucky hails from Kansas but lives in Princeton, NJ, where he serves as Director of the Farminary Project at Princeton Theological Seminary. An ordained Mennonite (Mennonite Church USA), Nate’s work with the Farminary integrates theological education with small-scale, sustainable agriculture at Princeton Seminary’s 21-acre farm. He and his wife, Janel, are the happy parents of Joshua, Jenna, and Isaac.