Before COVID-19 reorganized our lives, I had agreed to preach on Easter at a church which translates their services into multiple languages. For that reason, they asked for a manuscript in advance to assist with simplifying the translation.
When life gets difficult, maintaining discipline makes life doable.
While Jehoshaphat was facing a potential military defeat from a foreign enemy who was closing in on Judah, he called out to God saying, “We will stand before this house and before you, for your name is in this house, and cry out to you in our affliction, and you will hear and save” (2 Chron. 20:9).
During this chaotic time, church leaders must help members engage with Bible reading, teaching, preaching, and thinking. Thankfully, in our technological age, there are plenty of ways to fulfill this task.
Historically, online education has had many of the same concerns facing churches right now.