Ministering to Others in Times of Crisis

By Staff


March 25, 2020

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Some have been angry with the extreme measure the government has taken to stop the spread of the coronavirus. That decision has been taken out of our hands, but in the meantime, what are you doing to help alleviate the crisis? If you have your health, be thankful, but also look to help others. Check in on your elderly neighbors or shut-ins. Be prudent and don’t spread germs, but ask if they need any food or medicine you can pick up for them at the store. What about the single mom who waitresses at the local restaurant? Consider bring her a meal or sharing any extra food you have in your pantry. Be a calm voice when people around become anxious. When we minister to others we not only bless them but we honor our Creator God as well.


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