COVID-19

WMU announces voluntary retirement plan amid COVID financial crisis

In response to a decline in sales due to COVID-19, national WMU announced today it is offering a voluntary retirement plan to staff.

This Month’s Spotlight Update: Cathy Tisher

Cathy Tisher portrait

No one can doubt the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Chaplain Cathy Tisher’s ministry. Because of how rapidly the virus can spread in nursing homes, Cathy’s ministry has been put on hold. Chaplains have been deemed “nonessential” staff and prohibited from coming in.

Free Resources for You and Your Church

As committed Christ followers, we can use our influence to make a positive impact on the Kingdom during this crisis.

Helping Kids Cope During a Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change our lives and dominate headlines, social media, and the nightly news, it’s so easy for adults to be swept into the drama and worry of all that is happening in the world around us.

How to Survive in a Full House During Quarantine

Who is going stir crazy being cooped up in the house with your parents and siblings? I’m pretty sure if we were all in a room and I asked this question, everyone in the room would raise both hands very quickly.

GA Recognition Services Amid a Pandemic? You Can Do It!

What is a GA leader to do? It’s recognition season, and you should be planning the greatest GA recognition service your GAs and families have ever seen, but your church doors are closed due to a pandemic.

Taking heart and trusting in the One

I think we can all agree that COVID-19 has brought trouble. We really shouldn’t be surprised because in John 16:33b, God gives us warning that in this world we will have trouble. Yes, COVID-19 is trouble, but His Word doesn’t leave us there. He follows up that warning with encouragement.

To the Students: A Guide to Hope

This post is for the students who feel uprooted. This post is for the students who feel as if their plans for the future don’t look like they originally thought. This is for the students who are feeling uncertain and afraid.

A Sign for the Times

Sandy Wisdom-Martin with multiuse handheld sign

Do not judge. I am well aware I have lived in Birmingham for nearly 4 years and numerous boxes in the barn are yet to be unpacked. Several of my events were canceled this spring because of the COVID-19 global pandemic crisis. I found myself with a free Saturday, and the guilt of an overwhelming task too long-delayed won out. Most of the once cherished treasures landed in the giveaway stack. When I saw the sensory box and the multiuse handheld sign, my eyes lit up.

Pages

Back to Top