An Update on The Coronavirus
As the world faces this Coronavirus pandemic, let us not lose hope. I would like to challenge you not to focus on what you cannot do but what you can do. This is the time where families can cultivate relationships, reinforce values and morals and get a chance to listen to what is going on with our children.
On the preventive aspect let's follow the guidelines for physical distancing, maintain basic hygiene by washing our hands with soap and water, eating healthy, and turning off the TV and social media for reading and family quality time.
My grandmother Edna who was a Registered Nurse for 32 years would always say "This to shall pass." As we know that there have been huge inconveniences however your health is far more important. Let us keep our medical professionals in prayer, our elderly out of harms way, and minds occupied with productive thoughts and information. There is a scripture that says "If you honor the LORD, his angel will protect you. Psalm 34:7
I ask that you journal your daily activity, because one day in the future the next generation may have a similar experience and need to know how did we make it through. We are all in the same boat and the only way we get through this is together.
For access to resources, click the button below.