A Shanghai pastor emerging from lockdown reflects on the importance of gathering in person, whatever the future holds.
Melbourne endured the longest lockdown of any global city throughout the pandemic—there were 50 Sundays when churches could not meet at all.
Churches in India were devastated by the pandemic—but there has also been good spiritual fruit.
Beware of two dangers in response to the church’s post-COVID malaise.
Thoughts on losing taste and smell, and what it means when spiritually we find it hard to “taste and see that the Lord is good.”
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