A blog by Michael Kelly


Due to COVID-19, we did not gather at church this Sunday. Now, of course, you might say that we did gather, virtually, but it’s not the same, and we all know it. Virtual meetings and sermons is a substitute, but it’s not a perfect one. It is what we must do for a while, but not what we ought to do forever. The people of God are meant to gather together; indeed, that is our very trajectory, moving forward to a time when we will be gathered together forever more.

This blog discusses three focus points to engage in community while we are in isolation:

  1. Embrace the bigger vision of discipleship.
  2. Embrace the need for service.
  3. Embrace sharing truth as personal rather than public.

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