Stay and Serve: 2 Things Christians can learn from History of Epidemics
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Stay and Serve: 2 Things Christians can learn from History of Epidemics

As measures to deal with COVID-19 across the world continue to restrict in-person gatherings, many are grappling with what Christian faith looks like right now. This article will consider 2 ways that Christians of the past have dealt with plagues, diseases and epidemics. First things first. We need to recognize that throughout human history, widespread … Continue reading

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When Your wedding is Uncertain: Hope for the “Not Yet Married” and Wedding Uncertainties in this Pandemic

It is a few days to our wedding and marriage. But Covid-19 is here. Coronavirus has been a stopper to many things for some weeks now, especially with the lockdown. Jobs, businesses, travels and so on. We still hope to get married and open to whichever way that will happen. However, the government offices that … Continue reading

My Experience with Covid-19
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My Experience with Covid-19

By Dancan Muthomi Several months into the Coronavirus crisis, a great deal has been written. The crisis has shaken individuals and countries, especially with the reports of death and economic destruction.  For the first time in many years, every social stratum has been affected. Whether rich or poor, young or old, Christians, Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, … Continue reading