It has been 7 weeks since our transition to online meetings.
During that time, we have learned how to use web-based platforms to conduct worship services and hold meetings. Even though things are still not perfect, we are getting the hang of it. We are grateful to God for the gift of technology that allowed us to continue ministering to one another.
For the first time in the history of the church, Easter was celebrated virtually everywhere. Confined to our homes except when we need to go out for groceries and other essentials, we await patiently for the day when it is safe for schools and businesses to be reopened.
We do not know how much longer we will have to continue practicing physical distancing and self-isolation. It may be a while. For those of us who have young families especially, we may find it stressful having to adjust our lives to accommodate working at home with home-schooling our children.
Yet there some who are able to take advantage of this challenging situation to encourage and inspire others with their gifts. Here is an example: