Part of pastoring is looking out for the well-being of communities in all their human needs. Coronavirus has brought many of those needs to the forefront in new ways including the human need to connect with others. What are psychologists learning about this need right now?
Here, several church leaders wrestle with adjusting practices of communal singing to account for the risks of virus transmission.
BioLogos hosts a live stream interview with their founder and NIH director Francis Collins answering questions on COVID-19, and how the church and Christian faith might respond during this challenging time.
The Thrive Center at Fuller Seminary promotes a vision of human thriving based on science and spirituality by creating resources to inspire, educate and equip those who care for kids. A portion of their website is dedicated to resources (both English and Spanish) for thriving as we face the uncertainty COVID-19.
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.