The airwaves and newspapers are buzzing with information and opinions about COVID19. What should your church do about coronavirus? These Bible Truths will help you know.
Viruses are scary. History is replete with examples of deadly plagues and sicknesses. No one wants to get sick. Everybody wants to protect their family.
When social distancing is promoted as our only hope, what should ministries do? Church is a social environment. Do we stop church for the foreseeable future? Should we hide in our houses in fear?
What is coronavirus? Is this a global pandemic that will kill untold millions? Or is it more like a stronger version of the common flu? With doctors and pundits on both sides of the equation, it’s hard to know what we can believe.
To make matters worse, the media today has an agenda. The media establishment prospers financially during crises. Their age-old adage is “If it bleeds, it leads.” That’s why we live in a day of constant “breaking news” and 24 hour-a-day stories that promote fear and anxiety. After all, you pay more attention to the news when you are worried about what is going on in the world.
Further, the media is polarized politically. Many people want the Trump administration to fail so badly that they seem giddy about the possibility of sickness, death, and financial pain. That’s sick.
Should you cancel church services? Should you postpone events? Should you cancel fellowships and meals?
These Biblical principles are good for any difficult situation.
God is moving in New England. Rejoice with us over the highlights of the conference and watch a short recap video.
“And when they were come, and had gathered the church together, they rehearsed all that God had done with them, and how he had opened the door of faith unto the Gentiles.”
In this passage of Scripture, Paul and Barnabas returned from a missionary journey and declared the good things that God had done. It is a good idea to rehearse the goodness of God to churches so that those who were not present during God’s blessings can praise the Lord for His work.
Allow me to share God’s blessings from our recent conference so you can rejoice with us and pray for the spiritual need in New England.
A new year is an exciting time. It signifies the end of one chapter in your life and the beginning of a new one. Many people start of the year excited about resolutions and makeovers, but most of those commitments don’t last. Here are a few articles from the past that will help you start 2019 off right.
Thank you for allowing me to be part of your life. I pray that I can help you reach your potential for God and change your world in 2019.
We have an exciting announcement of some opportunities we hope will enrich your life coming within the next week. You won’t want to miss them.
May God bless you as you serve him this year!
Have a blessed holiday.
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Pray for God to move mightily at this event. We are trusting God to bind us together with one heart to reach our region with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The powerful themes of revival, soul winning, and church planting will be emphasized. Your heart will be encouraged and your resolve strengthened through godly fellowship, Christ-honoring music, and Bible preaching.
The Conference begins at 6:30 pm on Monday, October 22.
On Tuesday, October 23, we will begin at 9:00 am with refreshments and fellowship. The Ministry training sessions will be from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Lunch will be provided.
If you can’t make it to the meeting, please pray for us and the churches of New England.