Church Services & Sunday School in Person
Thank you for how each of you are living out your faith in the context of a world in crisis. Much of the world is in a panic. Many are living in a way that exploits others. Many are worrying about what tomorrow holds. But we are people of hope who have a certain future … and that changes the way that we live as citizens of another kingdom who are passing through this world. As I’ve visited with you, I am thankful for the love and compassion that you are demonstrating towards others in the midst of all of this.
Church services are available online and people are also now invited to meet with us in person on Sunday mornings at 9:00am.
Watch online at www.DeWittEFC.org for information about online worship and resources.
Our lives need to continue to reflect the magnificence of our great God and Savior.
Let compassion shine through each of us. This includes making sacrifices socially so that we can help protect those most vulnerable to this virus.
Continue to look for opportunities to serve and minister to one another. As more cases of the virus become known, this may mean buying groceries for someone and taking them to their doorstep. Maybe it will mean tenderly caring for those in your own home. Circumstances are changing every day. Keep your eyes open and your hearts soft.
Remember that the way we handle this crisis is a light to those in the darkness. So let us honor the authorities that God has put over us. Respect their requests and obey there mandates as you are obeying the Lord. And do all things without complaining. And pray for your leaders in government and otherwise.
Because Jesus lives,