As a church, how can we live the Gospel in practice in the midst of the pandemia of the coronavirus? People are scared and there is fear and suspicion of your neighbour. You have to stay isolated, but at the same time there is a great need for comfort and support from one another.As a church, how can we live the gospel in practice in these days?
In these days, which have become weeks and will perhaps become months, we have been absorbed and sometimes overwhelmed by the tide of information and emotions related to the coronavirus. From an initial phase in which it seemed a far-off problem and a matter of prayer for China and the east, to a second phase in which it became an Italian problem but limited to just a few people and certain geographical areas, to today where it is something that has upset our lives on a national and European scale. People are scared and there is fear and suspicion of your neighbour. You have to stay isolated, but at the same time there is a great need for comfort and support from one another.As a church, how can we live the gospel in practice in these days? Stefano and Jennifer Mariotti are missionaries with the European Mission Fellowship in Budrio, Italy.
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Stefano and Jenny
Stefano pastors the church in Budrio, near Bologna, which he and Jenny helped to plant.
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