Our world is experiencing the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The effects of quarantine, illness, mass anxiety, and social isolation can also cause trauma. But God’s Word brings healing and hope. Below are several resources that might sustain and encourage you in this season of uncertainty.
Trauma is a deep wound of the mind and heart that can take a long time to heal. It can have many causes, ranging from childhood abuse to displacement to natural disasters. We envision a world where every broken heart experiences healing through restoration of their relationship with God through his Word.
A collection of blogs and devotional resources that will help you discover new ways of encountering God in Scripture.
Christ's love compels us to love others amid seasons of uncertainty and chaos
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Anxiety (noun): “a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.” You don’t need a dictionary definition to understand what you’re feeling, but what can you do when the feeling enters your reality and attempts to take over? Journey with us through the next seven days and see how God’s Word brings serenity to your situation.
Natural disasters—such as hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, fires, tornadoes, even pandemics—often strike without warning. The shock, fear and sense of outrage can be overwhelming, leaving you feeling completely helpless and abandoned. In the midst of devastation and loss, be assured that God is with you—loving you and caring for you, “always ready to help in times of trouble” (Psalm 46:1).
Prayer connects us to God. We share what’s on our hearts, and he shares what’s on his. No matter what’s going on around us, let us not forget that God hears us. He is in control. And he is able. So, as you pray for yourself and for others, be encouraged by what he’s done, is doing, and is going to do in the future. In YOUR future.
As we continue pray for each other and those around us, we invite you to share your personal prayer needs with us so we can pray for you, too. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Declare these truths from God’s Word to ignite your faith in the midst of uncertainty
Watch this prayer video to join us in one voice, crying out to God for an end to the coronavirus.
Join in prayer for those who risk their lives daily to care for us amid the COVID-19 crisis
Supporting those called to shepherd and love others as Christ loved the church