COVID Rocked Many Churches – Some Of Them Deserved It

Written by Doug Giles on July 22, 2021

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It didn’t take long before those fifteen days to slow the spread dragged on for fifteen months and more. In that time churches found out a lot about themselves.

We all know that lean times and hardship are a way for people and nations to have what they are made of tested. But that’s only part of the picture. In times of trouble, when the stakes are high, so are commitment levels for anyone sticking around. It’s when times are easy that commitment drops off.

The same is true of churches.

And what could be easier than sitting at home in your PJs streaming a church service and eating your bacon and eggs while the guy on the screen runs through his Sunday message?

That’s when the rubber hits the road and you get to find out if you are truly a community, or if you were just a crowd of spectators attending the weekly show.

Did your church pass the COVID test? Many didn’t.

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