The coronavirus has taken thousands of lives and impacted every country in the world. As markets, coffee shops, churches and public squares shut down, people who have not yet experienced the hope and promise of the Gospel are isolated in their homes, without community or care, and often without income. Refugees and the homeless are more alone than ever as camps and shelters fight to stay open amidst dwindling resources and panic over communal living.
COVID-19 threatens God’s mission through fear, quarantines and scarcity. Now more than ever, we must push forward with the light of Jesus, providing relief for the marginalized and reinforcements for our missions workers in the field.
“Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.”