In this unique time of no in-person worship gatherings, I’ve been encouraged to hear how well pastors and other church members have innovated to provide worship experiences and stay in touch with one another.
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.
The gospel has guided Christian response to plagues for 2000 years. When plague ravaged Carthage in 250CE and Alexandria in 259CE, Christians in those cities risked their own lives to care for the sick and dying.
At times like these, it can be easy to overlook those who are difficult for us to communicate with—and that includes the Deaf.
You don’t have to look for new ways to communicate with young people; you just have to figure out how to use them.
Historically, online education has had many of the same concerns facing churches right now.