There are many tasks to accomplish and there are many resources out there to accomplish them, but the most important task is to set your heart unto the Lord in this time.
Four helpful perspectives to remember when making the decision to cancel worship services due to the spread of the Coronavirus.
Do we only recognize that this virus has taken comfort from us? Or do we also look to Jesus and see that He has given us a great gift?
As Christians, we are not immune to the reality of our present moment. However, our response must look different, and there is reason why it can.
In a world of various pains, fleeting pleasures, and endless vanities, the human heart longs for lasting beauty.
This is a community meal, signified by the corporate nature of the covenant that we are remembering and taking part in.
We are not created to die, so reminders of human frailty do not come easily to most of us.
COVID-19 may have shut up the doors of our homes, but no pandemic can shut the ears of our Father.
Whether you meet or don't meet, do all things to the glory of God.
If there is one word to describe how we must navigate re-assimilation amid COVID-19, it’s this: grace.
All alone with our selves, being babysat by our anxieties, we might see just how helpless and frail we really are. And we might see just how loved.
What if God used this time to bond us closer together than ever in his Spirit, the true foundation of our unity?
Slower mornings allow us to linger around the table, open the Bible, and explore the scriptures as a family.
While the days ahead may be uncertain to us, God’s power and mission are as sure and certain as ever.
What happens when these groups and programs aren’t gathering?
Unlike my mothering, God’s faithfulness is holy and perfect.
Though we all are looking forward to a return to normal when we can gather again in person, let's not forget the good that live streaming does.
Sometimes we’re infatuated with this life—our homes, cars, entertainment. A pandemic can fracture that.
May God cause something mighty and special to happen when the church, across the entire world, returns to corporate worship.