XENIA, Ohio (BP) – Abigail Walker calls ministering to the families on the pediatric cancer floor a "strange privilege."
SAN DIEGO (BP) – "See You at the Pole" is a bit of a misnomer this year. Organizers of the nationwide, student-led prayer initiative made significant adjustments to this year's event in light of COVID-19 restrictions.
NEW YORK (BP) – Even months after the towers fell, the debris remained. Don Pierson saw it everywhere – in the city streets and the subways. And as the dust lingered, so did the hurt, anger and fear.
Kevin Shrum reflects on his favorite teacher and the impact she had on his life and adds: "Let us pray for our teachers as they embark on what may be one of the most unusual years in their teaching career."
"Our God who said, 'Let there be light,' is the same God who will reveal what He already knows about the keys to treating this illness," Ronnie Floyd says. "Therefore, as the people of God, we must ask Him for a supernatural breakthrough for effective treatments against this virus."
New missionary Joshua Alexander provides ways to pray for missionaries-in-waiting -- those who are ready to enter their field of service but waiting for countries to reopen borders.
With varying opinions on guidelines surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, many pastors find themselves in a "no-win" situation, Milton Hollified says. They need our prayers and patience.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) -- Rocio Martinez was 20 weeks pregnant when she had to drive herself to the emergency room at 3 a.m. because she was barely able to breathe. Martinez had been diagnosed with COVID-19 a few days prior -- as had her husband, two sons and members of their extended family.
As churches begin to regather, pastor Bill Elliff urges Christians to cry out to the head of the Church that He would "give us His mind" and lists ways believers should pray in these days.
FROM THE STATES: New Mexico Hispanic churches get help with Sunday School; Missouri prayer event becomes drive-by
New Mexico Hispanic churches get help to revitalize Sunday Schools; Pandemic drives Missouri National Day of Prayer event to the streets.