A Montana church is engaging the community in unprecedented ways. All thanks to COVID-19.
Arizona pastors find God’s power being made perfect in their weakness, uncertainty and pain.
Scripture provides what could be historical hinge points to learn from, prompting us to ask three questions in light of this era: are we in exodus, exile or diaspora?
Classic ideology of “come to us for church” is now in the form of house churches, inviting people to engage in worship and prayer.
“When COVID-19 hit, our little food pantry had to grow very quickly to meet the needs of our community.”
From giving care packages to those in the medical field to hanging American flags, churches in Arizona and California are still ministering in these COVID-19 days.
Coronvirus is running rampant through NYC. And Wesleyan churches are there to offer prayer, encouragement and support.
An interactive, family-oriented church is making the best of a hard situation as it still ministers to its community.
Get-Support is offered free of charge for faith-based and non-profit organizations to help meet the practical needs of others.
Today, what I find most interesting is the peaceful image of Jesus in the back of the boat.
Wesleyan churches are getting more creative in sharing love and compassion despite in this COVID-19 season of closing doors and staying home.
Historically, the Church has always stepped up to the plate; let’s not let this time be any different.
I was exposed to COVID-19 and have been quarantined.