For the last few months, every day has been unpredictable. As the number of COVID cases increase in areas and new information is shared about the virus, it is a reminder of how different the times are right now. Jobs have shifted, stores are operating differently, businesses are closing their doors and for many, the church has been unable to physically gather.
Through every closure, they are an increasing amount of needs.
I’ve been thinking about how much people need to feel loved and valued in this season. Whether they live alone or juggling everything with small children in the home; people need to be reminded of how loved they are.
In this season where there is so much that’s unknown, let’s be the church. Not the walls confined to a building but the actions produced from love and empathy. The church is way more than a building; it is a heart posture —to love our neighbor.
How can you be the church in this season?
Oh what a time to be the church.