Lessons From a Classroom of Crisis
March 28, 2020 | Perry Kallis
The majority of us have probably experienced air travel so often, that during those pre-flight moments when flight attendants are explaining the “safely” review to the passengers, many of us don’t pay very close attention. But if, during that flight, your plane encounters serious and extended turbulence – ever notice how some of those “previously boring” instructions begin to come to mind? Similarly, a crisis in our lives tends to help us focus and clarify the truth of “what really matters” in a more effective way than when things in life are comfortably predictable. I believe this Covid-19 virus crisis could be an unexpected opportunity for many of us to more effectively tune into God’s truth and perspective. We will be posting a sermon online this weekend that I’ve entitled: “Lessons From a Classroom of Crisis”. Feel free to use it as part of your worship time this Sunday. We don’t yet know how long this “new normal” will continue, but we are very confident that God’s grace will be a sufficient gift as we experience it together. Thank you for being a part of our church family!