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March 31, 2020

 

 

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As thousands die from the coronavirus, does Jesus care?
 

As thousands die from the coronavirus, does Jesus care?

 
Amid a global pandemic, we can put our hope and trust in the Lord.
 
 

 
Members of Churches of Christ testing positive for COVID-19
 

Members of Churches of Christ testing positive for COVID-19

 
Christians across the nation are being diagnosed as congregations warn members to self-quarantine.
 
COVID-19: Healing Hands donates thousands of masks and gloves to hospitals
 

COVID-19: Healing Hands donates thousands of masks and gloves to hospitals

 
International aid organization associated with Churches of Christ aims to equip healthcare providers on front lines of coronavirus pandemic.
 
Social distancing does not mean spiritual distancing
 
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Social distancing does not mean spiritual distancing

 
COVID-19 hits close to home for Maryland journalist and minister.
 
In a pandemic, delivering the bread of life
 

In a pandemic, delivering the bread of life

 
How one Christian woman lives out her faith for those who need essentials during the coronavirus crisis.
 
 

 
Podcast helps women heal after infant loss
 
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Podcast helps women heal after infant loss

 

“When you’re pregnant and you have a loss, people tend to act like that pregnancy never existed. I wouldn’t not acknowledge your grandparents that passed away. This is the same.”

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Three stories of faith
 

Three stories of faith

 
A West African church that once met under a tent is building for the future.
 
The opioid crisis in Ghana
 

The opioid crisis in Ghana

 
A teacher takes time in Bible class to battle the crisis his nation is facing.
 
 
 
 
 
Voice only: It is Well With My Soul
 

Voice only: It is Well With My Soul

 

This featured group recorded this video via cell phones following Nashville’s Safer at Home order.

 
Voices only: God Only Knows
 

Voices only: God Only Knows

 

Lubbock Christian University’s contemporary a cappella group Best Friends recently released this new video.

 
 
 

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