AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott ordered the state to slow down the reopening process for bars and other venues as coronavirus-related infections, hospitalizations and deaths continued to increase in Texas last week.
This is the 13 th article in a series highlighting ways that churches and pastors in our area and around the country are doing creative things to keep the church and community connected during these times of Safe Distancing.
Few summertime holidays elicit as much excitement as the Fourth of July, also known as Independence Day in the United States. Each year, family, friends and revelers anticipate the arrival of the holiday so they can host barbecues, enjoy the sun, listen to their favorite summertime tunes, and commemorate the freedoms afforded by the monumental events that led to the holiday’s establishment.
1 JOHN 4:10 - This is love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins.
This is the 12th article in a series about how pastors locally and nationally are creatively leading their church families and communities to stay connected during this time of COVID-19 Social Distancing.