Caring for each other in difficult times

I was listening to an episode of the Redemptive Edge podcast recently on on how organizational leaders can adapt to the quickly evolving reality of the Coronavirus. Andy Crouch, the speaker was talking about how the growth of the New Testament church took off during the plague of 165 because the Christians didn’t flee the cities, but stayed and cared for the sick.

Obviously, we are in a completely different environment for healthcare, but we also have opportunities for care that we could not have imagined even a few years ago.

There’s another question that may overshadow all of this, which is what will happen to the economy? I don’t mean to disregard that, particularly because I work with the people who manage the money for the businesses that employ the people in our communities.

So, if you have questions about that, reach out as well. I can tell you what’s going on with the Stimulus and how it is likely to affect your community.
But, we have a brief opportunity of time, right now. And I am more concerned that we do not squander that.

As a result, I’m reworking some of the tools I’ve used in the past, and am making them available for Pastors, Community Leaders, and Business Owners.