I hope the consistent communication is not overwhelming to you but instead helping you stay connected. I wanted briefly to give a few suggestions on what to do during this time.
- Check Facebook and the news blog regularly. Facebook is our primary way to post videos and live stream on Sunday. If you don’t currently have a Facebook, please let me know if I can help you set up one so you don’t miss meaningful connections. Our news blog is our primary way to get information out in text form and automatically email those who subscribe. We will use it as well to put out documents that will be helpful for you and your family to worship together in the coming weeks.
- Use email to communicate ways we can be praying for you, or if you have a need.
- Another piece of technology we will utilize is Zoom. It is a video meeting app that allows us all to see each other. If you can familiarize yourself with it in the meantime, do so, and we will give further instructions in the coming days.
- Your cell phone is crucial for staying connected to one another. Use it and use it often to call, text, or if you have the option video call.
- The oldest piece of technology at your disposal is a pen, paper, and the printed Word of God! The most prominent thing Christians do and do regularly is read God’s word. During uncertain times we must draw our strength and comfort from scripture. Get in it and write down your thoughts and prayers. You might find this to be the best thing about COVID-19; that you slow down and think deeply about God and His grace.
Grace and Peace,