When this coronavirus Is over and life returns to normal, may we never, ever take for granted again.....
* A handshake or a kind word from a stranger
* A hug from a friend
* Worshipping with other believers in a crowded church service
* A boring night at home
* Full shelves at the grocery
The 20th century...
What if you were born in 1900 - my grandparents for example were born in 1904 in Newfoundland.
At age 14 , World War I starts, and ends on your 18th birthday. 22 million people perish in that war.
Later in 1918, the Spanish Flu epidemic kills 50 million people in those two
Children, as Jesus said, Don't be afraid. Your family is probably founded on some kind of faith. Listen to your parents and other adults whom you trust, and know that nearly everyone is working hard to get us through this trouble.
In fifty years you will remember this crisis as one of the
For the Longest Time
Oh, oh, oh
For the longest time
Oh, oh, oh
For the longest
When you said goodbye to me in March
There was still more worship left to bring
What else could I do?
I'm so inspired by you
Church hasn't happened
for the longest time
Once I thought
After one of our members came down with the flu, was in intensive care for 10 days, we became very aware of how easily it is passed, especially to our elderly members. Which brought about these thoughts.
1) You are 70% Less likely to get the flu (or pass it) if you wash your hands properly.
As I write this, it’s late May 2020 and this has been one of the strangest years I can ever remember. Much of the year has been taken up with the Wuhan Virus (also called COVID-19, the Corona Virus, and perhaps other names) and the effect on the world’s economy. For those of you reading this in the