Some people wanting to reopen their church amid coronavirus restrictions say churches should be treated like Costco. So, I decided to test this theory out. What if my church service could operate like a Costco?
Ahead of Memorial Day, which honors the nation’s wartime dead, a coalition of activists from across the country will hold a 24-hour online vigil naming some of the people who have died of COVID-19, beginning at 1 p.m. CT on May 20.
The pastor of Assembly of God in Redwood Valley, is among three people diagnosed with the coronavirus after participating in a Mother’s Day livestream service with singing, according to officials. It is the second church in Northern California linked to the spread of the coronavirus
The mythos of American self-making — that with the right amount of grit and cunning, the individual can determine his own truth and fate — lends itself to the view that civil bureaucracies and establishments, by contrast, are inherently sclerotic and corrupt: the information they
Researchers at MIT have created a framework to assess the “cumulative risk” of opening different types of businesses and public spaces according to their economic benefit and their likelihood of facilitating the virus’s spread.
More than 25 of my many years were spent in school. In those years I read, accumulated, and appreciated many books. I came to regard those books as friends. We became so familiar I could recognize them on the shelf while sitting at my desk
Trump’s recent pivot towards a number of proponents of the prosperity gospel —including his promotion of Paula White as a Special Advisor within the administration — had left some traditional evangelists wondering what they got into.