Sabbath Economics: A Spiritual Guide Linking Love and Money is a revolutionary guide and inspirational book by Judith Wright Favor.

There are many types of spiritual guidebooks. Many of them focus on the spiritual journey, healing, and faith. Over the years, spiritual guidebooks have evolved, and they have covered many areas of our personal lives. Some highlight marriage, raising kids, and finding a career path. There are also guidebooks that discuss specific traumas, dealing with personal habits, and overcoming temptations. Sabbath Economics: A Spiritual Guide Linking Love and Money by Judith Wright Favor is not your typical guidebook. It is a revolutionary guidebook that is part memoir and part personal narrative, and it focuses on spiritual and financial growth and maturity.


Sabbath Economics: The Mother Book


Published late last year, Sabbath Economics: A Spiritual Guide Linking Love and Money is a spiritual and financial guidebook by Judith Wright Favors. She provides fresh ideas to help readers in exploring new approaches to old problems. Contemplative finance management involves a shift from head-centered control to soul-centered attentiveness, according to Judith Wright Favor.


“Sabbath Economics (the ‘mother book’) is a combination of how-to, memoir, and journey of personal and spiritual growth. The writing style is informal, conversational, and occasionally intimate. Judith Wright Favor offers inventive ideas to support readers in exploring new approaches to old difficulties. Contemplative money management involves a shift from head-centered control to soul-centered attentiveness. Calling upon your Inner Guide is an art anyone can learn, for all of us know the power of meaning and purpose when it touches us. Stories explore themes of slowing, owing, owning, consuming, sharing, neighboring, and belonging. Practices support giving full attention to our true selves, our dearest ones, our hurting planet, and our Sacred Source. Attention is a pure form of generosity. Increasing attentiveness is a core value brought forth in these pages.” (except book description)

Companion Book

Aside from Sabbath Economics: A Spiritual Guide Linking Love and Money, Judith Wright Favor also release a companion boon entitled 52 Weeks of Love and Money. In this book, Judith Wright Favors provides provocative quotations on seven themes — slowing, owing, owning, consuming, sharing, neighboring, and belonging.

It also features probing questions that advise readers to shape individualized money choices into ’a living language that touches others and makes a real difference to those who matter most.’ The 365-page book is a lighter read than the mother book, but both essential to further understanding Judith Wright Favor’s marvelous guidebook. Discussions about Judith Favor’s books on 52 Weeks Of Love And Money are also presented in this complimentary material.

About the Judith Wright Favor

Judith Wright Favor is a spiritual counselor, teacher, and pilot. She is also an author of several spiritual and economic guidebooks. Since she was young, Judith always listened to her mother. She also learned to interact with different kinds of people with kindness and respect.

Judith Wright Favor is involved with spiritual seekers for more than five decades. She continues to do so and to guide people in making positive changes. Favor’s dedication and devotion to God, poetic language, and contemplative practice allowed her to impart unique insights into the connections between love and money presented in her latest books, Sabbath Economics, and its accompanying literature. Needless to say that she is a staunch advocate for focused approaches to faith and finance.

Judith Wright Favor shares her wisdom and energy by leading courses and retreats with Spirituality and Practice, Stillpoint, Ghost Ranch Conference Center, Alternatives to Violence programs in six California prisons. She also shares her expertise with Claremont School of Theology, Ben Lomond Quaker Center, Friends General Conference, Pacific Center for Spiritual Renewal, numerous churches, faith-based social-change groups, and a few retirement communities.