Christianity Today has been thoughtfully reflecting on how Christians can be faithful in this season of coronavirus. Here is an aggregation of their best articles, many of which are translated into multiple languages including Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese Simplified and Traditional, Korean, Indonesian, Arabic, and Russian.
Barna Group’s “The State of the Church Now” uses the tools of social science to offer insights on how churches are responding to the ever changing news about COVID-19.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has a webpage devoted to the particular impacts of COVID-19 on Community and Faith-Based Organizations. The site, from our country’s leading experts on disease, offers a high-level look at community health concerns specific to churches and the pandemic.
At Pentecost, the Spirit gave the church two fluencies. The first is in the fundamentals of the Good News about God’s work in Jesus Christ… the Spirit’s strategy is also for the church to speak to various people in their own “mother tongues.” The focus of this newsletter is on that second fluency with a particular accent: speaking the languages of technology and science.