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"The first thing is this - crisis creates clarity. Through COVID-19, we were able to discover what is really important, and what is not so important. From a church perspective, we were supposed to have a major conference last year in

"I hope the church will look more flexible. I hope the church will look more compassionate. I think if COVID-19 has taught us anything that we weren't aware of already, it is that the world is hurting, in need of

"I’m not talking about disciples and committed followers of Jesus – we shouldn’t be begging them for time. They should be shaping their entire lives around their faith. But we’re trying to reach outsiders, and we have to be able

"The vast majority of our congregation has returned to services, and I know for many churches in our area this has not been the case.  It has helped me to see the faithfulness of the congregation, and have an appreciation

"What I see happening through COVID-19 is the Lord doing a total reset. When you study the book of Acts, the anchor for the church was the home. It was where they fellowshipped, they ate together, they partook of the

"Our specific vision for Ekklesia Everywhere is to have believers dedicate their own homes as Ekklesias – to host God’s presence in their homes and gather together in their homes around the United States and the world. In this season