How are you doing? Really.
As people of faith, we trust God is present in the midst of our everyday lives. Maybe you spent last week learning new technology, creating new systems, and checking in on people in your community. Maybe you were exhausted and maybe you’re missing people you usually see on a weekly basis.
All of those experiences, and many more, are normal for what we’re experiencing.
As a leader of a congregation, a family, or a business, you are making decisions regarding the safety of the people entrusted to your care. The “Stay at Home” order in Ohio goes into effect tonight at 11:59 p.m. through April 6. That means you’ll be spending more time with your family.
You are already stepping up and leading well. You’re learning new things at a rapid pace and navigating ever-changing circumstances with grace.
You are equipped to lead people through this. No, you and I weren’t trained for what we’re experiencing in seminary or Local Pastors' School. But you have the skills to lead others through this time.
What follows are seven reminders as you navigate this season of ministry.