Resilience & faith — October 26, 2020

Who knew that when everything stopped in mid-March, we would still be wrestling with COVID-19 at the end of October? A quick pivot to all things virtual is now a long season of ongoing adaptation and constant change. This issue invites you to consider how to keep going now that our early burst of crisis energy is all used up.

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Holy friends A new model offers coaching relationships within a congregation to foster learning and growth.

Paths to resilience Pastors and mental health professionals point to resilience during COVID-19 — an important concept as we seek God in the daily chaos.

“I can’t breathe” The writers of the Old Testament used the same word for breath as they did for neck — an important reminder in these traumatic days marked by systemic racism and a global pandemic.

Presbyterian campus ministry College chaplains are adjusting to uncertain times during COVID-19.  Leslie Scanlon reports.