Globally, economically, medically, politically and perhaps even more importantly, emotionally and mentally, things have changed. For this generation, this is our Great Depression, our Kennedy Assassination, our World War II, our Vietnam, our Civil War. Each of those life-changing events wrought great transformation for those generations and this is no different.
Now is not the time for major political or social statements. Yes, we are in uncharted waters but let’s stop with all the wild imaginations and long-gone Facebook chains.
The times in which we live call for serious and meaningful pursuit, dependence on a true God, and the cutting away the clutter and shallow murkiness that is lukewarmness.
America is turning a corner in a course-correction that has been coming for quite some time. Disease, quarantine, politics and trillions of dollars from an already-broke government will force changes. Don’t get comfortable. Expect, anticipate and prepare for the coming changes.
Pastor Dennis Watson of Celebration Church New Orleans shares some of his thoughts about the on-going coronavirus situation in his city. He is the founding
If you want to make it through this season of your life emotionally and mentally — and maintain your sanity, health and soul — you’re going to have to make some changes. Changes that will require you stepping out of your comfort zone. Changes that will force you to try something you may not have tried before.