Under the Lord’s Rebuke and Chastisement of the Church Through the Coronavirus Plague For Her Wicked Sins and Abominations, Which Include Adultery and the Demonic “Inclusive” Church Foolishness That Has Allowed Practicing Homosexuals to Think They Are Saved and Allowed Them to Become Members of the Church, ACCORDING TO #PANDEMICPASTORING REPORT, There Were BREAKDOWNS and BREAKTHROUGHS. Eileen Campbell-Reed Says “THIS IS NOW A NEW ERA IN MINISTRY.” An Example of This: Timothy Peoples, Who is Black and is Senior Pastor of Emerywood Baptist Church in High Point, North Carolina, Had a Breakdown Under the Pressure of the Pandemic and Racial Strife, Told His Congregation “You Can’t Call me Pastor and Nigger at the Same Time.” After His Breakdown and Some Time Off he Said The Pandemic Shutdown Was Actually Good For us as the People of the Church Lifted Him Back up, and it Helped Strengthened Relationships. Pastoring a Church and Ministry Will Never be the Same Going Forward. And Let’s Not Forget “All Things Work Together For the Good.”
In 2020, attendance was soaring at Emerywood Baptist Church in High Point, North Carolina. Giving was steady. The church was getting ready to send more than 25 people on a mission trip.
Then came the COVID-19 pandemic.
And then — just as Emerywood had canceled all its plans and adjusted to outdoor worship to slow the spread of the virus — came the murder of George Floyd and the summer’s mass protests against racial violence.
Source: Religion News Service, Emily McFarlan Miller, Adelle M. Banks