This crisis has brought about paradigmatic change, and unless our response shows a consideration of this new reality, we will suffer from the law of diminishing returns. If there’s anything these last few weeks have shown us it is that we are all living in an era of flux (to say the least). Change is upon us and its full implications are still amorphous. We are living in a time that will be written about in history and that has resulted in a global crisis of epic proportions, with more to unfold. The response of the church, generally, amidst this…

We often isolate, because we feel alone. The loneliness causes more isolation. And the dangers that lie ahead are often overlooked.

“Be angry, and yet do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, and do not give the devil an opportunity. “ Ephesians 4:26-27 (NASB) Anger is a powerful emotion that often causes damage, but it can also be righteous. In Isaiah 64:9, the prophet prays, “Do not be angry beyond measure, O Lord.” This verse implies God measures His anger in a way that fits each occasion. Today’s passage teaches that the Lord also expects us to learn to control our anger so it’s appropriate and doesn’t cause us to sin. There is a line…