The Western Journal | Churches Nationwide Find New Ways To Keep Congregations Connected During Coronavirus

Churches — just like so many other institutions and businesses — are grappling with how to best serve their communities during the age of social distancing.

Despite the challenges, multiple Christian leaders with whom The Western Journal spoke see the coronavirus outbreak as the faith community’s time to shine the light of Jesus.

William Vanderbloemen, CEO of a Houston-based consulting firm that serves some of the nation’s most renowned churches, said he has been fielding many calls from congregations around the country since the crisis broke.COVID-19 has forced people, and thereby churches, to act in very unnatural ways, he explained.

Vanderbloemen pointed to the creation account in the Bible’s book of Genesis, where God created the land, sea, animals, plants, heavens and finally humans in His own image, saying after each it is “good.”

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