We’re going into a new year with COVID-19 still part of the conversation. The ongoing pandemic has been exhausting, isolating, and even socially divisive.
Pew Research Center surveyed citizens from 13 developed nations in 2020 and again in 2021. It showed that feelings of division across these countries during the pandemic only increased — sometimes by more than 30 percentage points.
Despite growing divisions, we as Christians can’t forget our calling to make disciples for Jesus.
Ed Weaver, CEO of Spoken Worldwide, says that starts with showing grace.
“As we think about the pandemic, I think the grace that we exhibit toward one another is really critical. No matter what our opinions are about the pandemic, about the political ramifications of actions, responses, plans, whatever, I think we need to have grace toward one another in love,” Weaver says.
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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Lyndsey Koh
CALL TO ACTION
- Ask God to show you opportunities where you can reach out with grace and love to the hurting.
- Pray for unity among believers even amidst divided societies and cultures.