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Loving Your Neighbor

  • First wash hands and practice social distancing
  • Drop off food and supplies to older adults and those in isolation
  • Give a phone call to those who are staying at home, use a phone tree if you have one
  • Connect with community programs who are helping children who are out of school
  • Create an emergency fund to help people who are living paycheck to paycheck and
    are temporarily out of work
  • Support local restaurants and businesses
    Share your abundance if you’ve got extra from your stockpile
  • Send cards, mail, and prayers to people at home
  • Find ways to support and nurture health care workers through prayer and providing a
    place of respite
  • Donate to local organizations who continue to serve the most vulnerable
  • Give blood
  • Share ideas as a community. Who needs help? How can we help? Have an offering of
    service ideas on your social media
    Offer extra support to those in your community with mental health challenges such as
    depression or anxiety
    Don’t label people as overreacting or underreacting. Practice compassion.
  • Remember that COVID-19 preparedness helps the most vulnerable.
  • Ask a mom-to-be, how you can help support her in this challenging time
  • Share reputable information, not misinformation or rumor
  • Check in with immigrant and refugee communities
  • Stock your local community or church’s food pantry
  • Be reminded of the importance of being kind

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The Lord is My Shepherd (Part 8)

Well, it has crept up on us all of a sudden. Time seems to escape our grip more and more each year as the months seem to be summed up in a few weeks that we are able to remember. Thankfully as a Christian we can say that this time of the year does have…
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The Lord is My Shepherd (Part 7)

Psalm 23 is a small passage of scripture but is so full of truth. The second half of verse 5 says, “You anoint my head with oil, my cup runs over.” So often our view of this Psalm can be seen in the light of meeting our physical needs only, however, this section of Psalm…
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The Lord is My Shepherd (Part 6)

As we have been looking at Psalm 23, we have been encouraged that God, our divine shepherd, provides our every need, cares for our every need, and directs our every step and stop. Home Who Is Jesus? Who We Are What We Do Where We Serve Get Involved Newsletters Share A Testimony Share Your Faith…
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The Lord is My Shepherd (Part 5)

The more I look at Psalm 23 the more I see its profound words. I think this is what makes the Word of God living. As the Spirit of God takes the Word of God, He can apply it to exactly where we need it in our lives. Last month we looked at the first…
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The Lord is My Shepherd (Part 4)

We continue to look at Psalm 23 and the wonderful privilege we have to be in relationship with God, where we can experience what it means to know God as our Divine Shepherd. Home Who Is Jesus? Who We Are What We Do Where We Serve Get Involved Newsletters Share A Testimony Share Your Faith…
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The Lord is My Shepherd (Part 3)

We continue to look at Psalm 23 and the wonderful privilege we have to be in relationship with God, where we can experience what it means to know God as our Divine Shepherd. Home Who Is Jesus? Who We Are What We Do Where We Serve Get Involved Newsletters Share A Testimony Share Your Faith…
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