How should followers of Christ react in the midst of this sickness?
The same God who resurrected Jesus from the dead is the same God who is in control of our circumstances even now.
With people looking for new and effective ways to connect, I thought that I would share what I have been using to connect with my family (both church and biological). I will list the features that I use, as well as some limitations.
The problem then is clear — how are we supposed to connect with each other, helping one another in a time of need, when we are not even supposed to be in the same room with each other?
As we settle into a new normal, I wanted to give you an update of what’s going on in the church (although it’s the church scattered, not the church gathered).
Are you ready for worship on Sunday? In case you missed it, we put together a playlist of some of our regular worship songs (plus a few extra) to worship from home this week.
Not just for kids! We may be in quarantine, but we have have plenty to do! List includes links to online resources where you can find hours of family time and individual activities.
As we begin to live in what seems to be a completely different world, and adjust to living out a new normal, I wanted to give you some basic information of what we as a church, and as your pastors, are doing to encourage all of us as we strive to connect with God, connect with others, and connect others with God.
So…how do we, as followers of Jesus, react to this chaos? Is there any reason we should NOT fear? Or should be like everyone else? Thankfully, God offers us the antidote to fear.
The goal of parenting is the glory of God. We are parenting to raise Jesus worshippers. We are parenting to raise our 4 year-old and our 17 year-old to still be following Jesus when they are 22 and 35.