COVID-19

Indiana teacher survives COVID-19

Indiana teacher survives COVID-19

What started as a nasty case of pneumonia in early February turned into a nearly seven-week hospital stay and near brink-of-death conditions for Sweetser Elementary teacher David Henry. Henry, who was admitted to Marion General Hospital on March 26, was quickly...
Drive-in funeral is a ministry first

Drive-in funeral is a ministry first

When someone from the community needed a funeral for a recently deceased family member in the midst of current COVID-19 restrictions, she approached Rev. George Larue of Faith Wesleyan Church in Salem, Virginia, for help. Larue has been hosting drive-in services on...
Florida church launches amid pandemic

Florida church launches amid pandemic

The Florida District approved our launch for Table Church in St. Petersburg, Florida, on March 11. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and our state was “locked down” just days later. But even with the lockdown, we felt the need to still launch our church, albeit in a...
A providential God in uncertain times

A providential God in uncertain times

As I sit here at my computer in Mitchell, South Dakota, the COVD-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the normal-life activities of virtually all humanity. We arrived home from South Asia on March 8, and by March 11 we were in a self-quarantine condition for the next two...
Holiness and the coronavirus virus

Holiness and the coronavirus virus

The COVID-19, or coronavirus, has now been labeled a pandemic by the World Health Organization as countries struggle to contain the spread of the virus. Bottom line, the coronavirus is now considered a global threat. I cannot remember a time when a pandemic has...