Two years ago, everything changed. And yet, nothing changed.
A terrible pandemic shut down much of the world and kept churches from meeting in person. So we went online to maintain our fellowship. We also reached out, giving millions of dollars to support frontline health care workers and those who lost jobs due to round after round of lockdowns.
Now, as COVID-19 case numbers decline, a terrible conflict has devastated the lives of our brothers and sisters in Ukraine. Once again, we have opened our wallets, giving hundred of thousands of dollars to relief efforts. (See our updated list of ways to help below.)
We humbly ask that, in the midst of rising gas prices and inflation, you consider a gift to The Christian Chronicle so that we can continue to bring you coverage of the impacts of the pandemic and the war in Ukraine on our fellowship. We hope to have firsthand reports from Europe soon — but getting there requires funds. We’re more than halfway to reaching our $100,000 matching gift challenge. Any gift given through our website this week will be added toward that matching goal. No gift is too small. Thanks so much for supporting this ministry.
— Erik Tryggestad, president and CEO