A note from Pastor Arnold
Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
With the onslaught of the COVID-19 virus, have you noticed the increase in the number of organizations and individuals helping others in need? For example, school districts are providing much needed lunches for children who depend on these meals. Or, have you seen former medical personnel stepping up to help fill in so that exhausted front line medical workers can get some rest. The list goes on and on.
What does it take for organizations and individuals to respond this way? First, it means people have to focus on what they can do and stop focusing on what they cannot do. Second, it helps if organizations and individuals leave how big or how small an impact their efforts make for others to decide. Every little bit helps – more than we will ever know.
When crises arrive at our doorstep, all of us can and should pray for one another. In James 5:16 we are exhorted to “…pray for one another”. It doesn’t have to be an fancy or elaborate prayer but a prayer that simply brings people and their needs before Almighty God and seeking His presence, power, and provisions.
Tonight, Wednesday, 4/1/20, from 7 pm to 8 pm, on-line, together we will pray for the needs of our households, communities, country, and the world.
Here is the link that will help you join us by clicking on this link or pasting it on your web browser:
Let’s focus on what we can do and know that it does make a difference in the lives of people – especially those in need.