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With Coronavirus Infections Linked to Religious Gatherings, Debate Rages over Worship

In the earliest stages of the pandemic, governors in states such as Washington issued stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders that barred faith communities from gathering in person, reasoning that worship will only further spread the infection. While many faith communities were eager to comply, others found it to be a violation of the freedom of religion.

How Christians Can Show Christ during the Coronavirus Crisis

God determined that you and I should be in this time and this place. Let’s not ask what we can’t do, but what we can do. Where has God placed you? In what family? What community? What church? Near which business and in touch with which charity?

This is the Great Commission, in fact. In Matthew 28, Jesus issues this command to his first followers… “make disciples.” Believe it or not, at least in the original language, the word “Go” in verse 17 is not an imperative. It could, and maybe should, be translated “as you go” or “wherever you go.”

5 Christian Leaders' Views on the Coronavirus and the End Times

Is the coronavirus pandemic a sign of the End Times?

What might God be telling us?

How should Christians react to the virus’ rapid spread and the worldwide economic crisis?

Here are what five prominent Christian leaders in recent weeks have said about the correlation between the coronavirus, the End Times and God’s Word.

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What Comes after COVID-19?

If we are, as President Trump suggested, in a time of war, why can’t our elected officials act swiftly in the best interest of the American people rather than persistently pursuing their particular party’s goals? By doing so, they have made it alarmingly clear that their political agendas are of more importance than the welfare of the people they are supposed to be serving.