It’s early spring but life in this once bustling city has slowed to a crawl. Residents have huddled down and now interact with extreme caution behind gloves, masks and social distancing orders in a bid to save lives in the beloved American city now most overwhelmed by the new coronavirus.
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne of The River at Tampa Bay Church was arrested Monday for what officials say was the violation of a "safer-at-home" order, which prohibits large gatherings.
Nearly one in five United States adults who consider themselves religious are still attending worship services amid concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
Influential pastor Tony Evans warned that “our anxiety, worry, and fear is outpacing the problem of the virus.”
With that being said, there is a need for you to move quickly this week as you prepare your applications.
In ancient times, Nehemiah addressed and resisted insurmountable distractions while seeking to fulfill the mission and plan of God.
But his comment — and the conversation that followed — caused me to rethink how I approach culture as a Christian.
As a philosopher, I find that the COVID-19 pandemic raises important questions of moral philosophy. In what follows, I will examine one.
As we all adjust to the reality of school closures and many students going 100% online for the first time, I thought it would be helpful to share a few practical tips on how we keep our at home students engaged.
What do we do with those who seem to be “super spiritual?” The ones who seem to pray more, praise louder, get more excited about God than we do?
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