For the next who-knows-how-long, churches in many parts of the world will be unable to gather. So pastors like me are lovingly scrambling for solutions. There’s no playbook for this. When the church can’t gather physically, what can we do to encourage and nourish God’s people?… Read the rest
Day: May 4, 2020
published on ejewishphilanthropy.com
As the weeks of mandated physical separation continue there is a growing and understandable desire around the world to reopen businesses and other institutions as quickly as possible.
Failing economies and ballooning job loss create tremendous economic pressure on our families and threaten the viability of our institutions.… Read the rest
Grace and peace to All in this Eastertide,
Let’s be real. I have had it with this virus. I’m tired of staying home alone. I miss my family and friends. Zoom church has lost its luster. I yearn to be in church, preaching a live sermon, singing beautiful hymns, praying with people around me, and schmoozing at coffee hour.… Read the rest
Can we sell products for higher prices (price gouging) during COVID-19 pandemic?
Basically — and especially during this crisis and under these circumstances — people should assist their brothers and sisters in faith by lending them a helping hand and not exploiting their wants and needs by raising prices and monopolizing products.… Read the rest