Sara, an Ecuadorian University Student, volunteers with the children of Project M:25. She said, “I really like to see the children interact with God through songs and dance. They inspire me to dance too!”
As a result of the current pandemic, the church has opportunity like never before to do exponentially more while engaging the digital mission field. Churches have risen to the challenge and are express themselves digitally in a multitude of creative ways. This crisis has also made it urgently evident that churches must incorporate digital discipleship as part of their overall ministry strategy. On today’s episode of “Engaging the Digital Mission Field,” we talked with Lee University’s Campus Pastor, Rob Fultz, about ways that the church better engage the digital culture where they are … online.
WE are all in uncharted waters right now and children are not immune to the impact of a world that feels pretty unsafe. Here are some practical suggestions based on my experience as both a childhood trauma expert and a mommy.
As our staff is putting together resources to help our kids and their families in Ecuador cope with Coronavirus in emotionally healthy ways, I thought I’d share some of the English resources for our friends in the US.