God has showered you with the grace-gift of hope in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic that has helped you cope with life that has been turned upside-down.
Covid-19 has reset your life, and will shape you both in ways you have an idea about and in ways you cannot yet fathom for the rest of your life.
The waiting is the hardest part, but maybe, by God's grace, it can be the best part.
If you love Jesus who loves the entire world, you cannot forget those who have become invisible during the pandemic. Pray for them – passionately and every day.
Every interaction we have every single day makes an impact on others and on us. We constantly send out little waves that reach people and affect people in big and small ways, in positive and negative ways.
I believe with all my heart, Covid-19 gives us an opportunity to so grow that we will reap what we sow. Let’s make sure its growth in Spirit, not of the world.
This is the first worship service in the sanctuary of Fork Chapel UMC since March 15, 2020. Services were suspended on March 21 due to government requirements to suspend public gatherings due to the Covid-19 virus pandemic. Praise God we can now resume worship services.
So, fellow Christians, when trouble comes your way; when you’re feeling sad or discouraged or despairing, sing to yourself! It won’t change your circumstances, but it will renew your mind with a Christ-shaped perspective.
Don’t be anxious about anything; rather, bring up all of your requests to God in your prayers and petitions, along with giving thanks.