Up until a few months ago, keeping up with the latest digital trends was literally the last thing on pastors’ minds. But now with the rapidly spreading coronavirus, pastors have been forced into a “reset” in how they do ministry.
In a society where the term “Christian” increasingly has negative connotations, Addison Bevere is breathing new life into the word “saint,” an ancient term he believes is key to unlocking the meaning, identity, and purpose many believers crave.
Trump warned that the coming week could be “the toughest” with “a lot of death,” but also assured that every decision being made is to save lives.
A Virginia pastor who became sick during a ministry trip to North Carolina in mid-March and tested positive for the new coronavirus shared the experience he had with severe and horrific symptoms of the COVID-19 disease and also with God as he cried out to Him for “a chance.”
You will never get to return to your church. Let me be clearer. When you return to gather for worship and fellowship and study, it will not be the same church before the coronavirus pandemic.
I realize God has not given us a spirit of fear but also I know that fear is a part of how God protect us from time to time from things that can harm us.
“Lord, what are you teaching us? What is God teaching us in the middle of this crisis?"
Nothing about serving others makes us less valuable in the eyes of the One who made us.
Men have, on average, 36% more muscle mass than women. Men tend to be taller, and their bones are thicker and denser.
Oh, Small Business Owner, how I feel for you. I understand the fear of knowing what tomorrow holds.
Somehow the “My Body My Choice” crowd doesn’t understand the difference between an elective “choice” and essential healthcare.
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