COVID-19 Ministry Update

Stay at home and stay safe!

Dear PRM friends,

Families across the world have been impacted by COVID-19. With so many changes happening so fast to try to diminish the impact of the virus, life is now very strange and uncertain, and at times frightening.

We hope we can give you resources to comfort and encourage you during this time. We will continue posting a new blog each week. For the next seven weeks, these blogs will be lessons from the as-yet-unpublished book Why Do Bad Things Happen? A Devotional for Busy Families, so keep watch for those.

In addition, we are rebooting our YouTube channel. In partnership with ITG Creative, we’ll produce three new videos a week. These videos will include Bible skills for kids ages 5 to 12 years and Bible lessons for kids ages 1.5 to 5 years. Once this crisis has passed, we will continue posting these weekly videos on YouTube. Both the blog and the video links will be included in our regular Monday E-Team newsletter. YouTube videos will also post as additional blogs on our website:

We remain in prayer for families and individuals who are sick, in quarantine or living in fear. God has promised never to leave or forsake us. We encourage you to turn to the Scriptures when you are afraid. Begin in Psalm 91, Matthew 6:25-34John 14, and Daniel 9.

Thank you to all who are praying and helping others in any way they can. Now is the time to be the Church, sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ. God Is sovereign even still, and He will bring us through this crisis.

In Christ, Hope

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