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Category Archives: Church and Covid 19 Blog
The Return to Normal – What Does It Mean?
At the start of the pandemic, I read… Continue reading
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Are Pastors Essential Workers?
The Covid19 pandemic…I’m sure you are as weary of it all as I am. I look back on the year and my role as a pastor and think it is a fair question to ask, “are pastors and church staff members essential workers?” Continue reading
Faith Formation for Children through Worship During the COVID-19 Crisis
We live in a society that has increasingly separated families according to age groups… Continue reading
The Active Christian in a Post-Covid-19 World: Understanding the Christian-Ecclesial Imperative
The first question to ask in respect to Christian witness in the contemporary context is… Continue reading
Church, Ministry and Heroes in the “Novel” Normal: Reality in Virtual and Actual
Covid-19 is a black hole. Its event horizon threatens to take every experience and assurance of what life used to be like beyond the point of no return… Continue reading
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The Church is Still the Church
As churches adapt to a new reality, let us do so in full consideration of our understanding of the nature and mission of the church… Continue reading