As the world faces this unprecedented global health crisis, the Church has the privilege and opportunity to represent Jesus to those feeling the weight of fear and insecurity. The local church was given the call to be the beacon of hope in every community, nation, and across the globe. He will equip us for that call.
Right now many of you may be wondering what Easter is going to look like for your church. We believe that in this time God will use you and your church in new and greater ways than he ever has before.
We wanted to share this message from Pastor Rick and two sites we’ve created to help you and your church meet the needs in front of you right now:
We’ve partnered with Ed Stetzer and our friends at the Billy Graham Center and the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College to create an online collection of resources called Coronavirus and the Church.
This website has resources you can use to make strategic decisions, care for your members, and love your community.
We also know the challenges being created by the pandemic will create ripple effects that will impact your members and community beyond the immediate needs.
As issues like financial strain and social isolation increase, we want to equip you and your church to be able to reach out and offer both hope and real-life solutions. Visit A PEACE Plan Approach to Coronavirus to find our collection of the best in church-based solutions for meeting felt needs.