Earlier this year, with the COVID-19 pandemic spreading quickly, all manner of places where people normally gather began closing their doors. Businesses that could, asked their people to work from home, restaurants moved to take-out service only, and most churches took their services online.
Times are tough, with many people out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For faithful givers, it can be a time of uncertainty or even guilt. The desire to invest in God’s Kingdom work is running hard up against the realities of new financial challenges.
During tough times, you find out what you’re made of. That’s true for individuals, and it’s true for the Church. And during this tough time, with the pandemic bringing about all manner of disruptions to the life we once knew, the Church is shining brightly.
Most states are in some stage of “re-opening,” allowing restaurants to get back to serving meals in their dining rooms, freeing gyms to welcome members inside, and permitting churches to hold in-person services once more.
As the world continues reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, two key questions you may be facing are…
Pastors work hard every day to share the Gospel and build God’s Kingdom. At Christian Community Credit Union, we stand ready to serve as a resource to help pastors who are facing financial and economic challenges.
Do you know where your ministry keeps important documents? Before you apply for a loan, having these documents in one place will help ensure a smoother loan application process.