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As we continue to wrestle with COVID-19 and the many ways the pandemic impacts our lives, churches, communities and world, I marvel at the creativity and commitment of so many people of faith engaged in meaningful, innovative ministry. As weeks turn into months and we pray months do not give way to years, we look to Jesus Christ for the energy, intelligence, imagination and love to run the unexpected, difficult race before us.
Here at the Outlook we continue our efforts to support you in your faith and work. We thank you for letting us know that our weekly liturgies, faith formation activities and lectionary reflections have been helpful. We also appreciate your feedback on the myriad content we have produced these last several months, from our coverage of the 224th General Assembly to issues on grief and trauma, technology in Christian formation and worship in the time of the coronavirus.
We are excited to share that this fall our first six-week unit of adult faith formation curriculum will be available, and a second six-week unit will be ready by December. These will be able to be used in-person or virtually. Additionally, a new version of the digital magazine will soon be ready to roll out accompanied by other upgrades to our technology. Our board and staff have been hard at work not only addressing the needs of today’s church but anticipating how best to make our content available in the future.
We cannot do this ministry without you. Your generosity allows us to produce useful, thoughtful and accessible content for individuals and congregations. Thank you. We are especially grateful for your financial support in these uncertain and difficult times. We do not take your gifts for granted and we steward them carefully. We ask you to consider making a donation to help us keep producing resources that equip faith leaders and faith communities in their varied contexts. A gift of any amount truly makes an impact in enabling our church to share the good news of Jesus Christ during this historic season when the world needs hope and assurance that God is present and making of us a new creation.
We cannot thank you enough for your support.
Grace and peace,
Editor, the Presbyterian Outlook