A plywood wall that surrounds a building site, painted with the words ``WE GRIEVE″ in massive letters, has become a focal point for people of a London neighborhood. It is there that they gather each Thursday to remember those who have died during the coronavirus
Like many pastors and church leaders around the world, I've been grieving the damage caused by COVID-19. Yet, God is at work. We are mindful of the promise in Paul's Letter to the Romans: “We know that all things work together for good for those
As people are dying from coronavirus — as well as from other causes that would’ve still occurred without the pandemic — pastors and grieving families face new struggles in how to plan funerals in a time when people are supposed to practice social distancing.
(RNS) — “To be honest, this has been a hard year,” Sarah Bessey admitted. As November gave way to the holidays, she sent an email to subscribers of her Field Notes e-newsletter. It was titled, “Does Advent even matter when the world is on fire?”