COVID-19 Resources

Christian Life Resources Advisement on the COVID-19 Coronavirus

The world is facing the biggest health crisis of our time, and it provides the Christian community the opportunity to demonstrate prudence, courage, and Christ-like concern for others.

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A Christian’s Response to a Pandemic

Most of us are not going to have a typical worship experience for some time. This devotional is an opportunity to comment on the pandemic and our response to it. This truly is a life issue, which if it gets out of control, will raise the specter of allocating limited resources. Italy has experienced this dilemma, facing the horrific reality of having to choose who is most worthy of care. Complying with government guidelines in response to the virus represents a credible attempt to avoid facing the same dilemma. This demands sacrifices from all of us. For the sake of others, it is worth it.

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Prayer of the Church in the COVID-19 Crisis

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Medical Directives and COVID-19 Outbreak

Since the impact of COVID-19, we have seen a surge in the number of individuals obtaining CLR’s Christian medical directive. It’s estimated that roughly 60 percent of Americans do not have any end-of-life plan on paper. CLR suggests using your quarantine time to obtain this important document.

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God’s Word – God’s Comfort

Comforting Bible verses during difficult times.

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COVID-19 Pandemic… Here’s the Latest for You to Know

On Monday, March 16, 2020, Christian Life Resources released its “Advisement on the COVID-19 Coronavirus.” With that communication I wanted to accomplish three things: 1) Update you on what we know about the virus; 2) Share ideas on what we, as Christians, can do at this time; and 3) Remind you to maintain perspective.

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Courage, Compassion, and Contagion // Devotion

“Do not be afraid.” That instruction and encouragement is found numerous places in the pages of Scripture. It’s a very important part of the Holy Spirit’s gospel message to us as sinners and as Christians: You don’t need to fear death and hell, because Christ your Savior has done everything necessary to remove your sin and make you holy, and when you trust in him for salvation, eternal life and heaven are yours.

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Let Us Not Become Weary of Doing Good // Devotion

Let me start today with two questions. I’ll give you the easy one first: How many Bible passages tell us to be selfish and think only of ourselves when we’re making decisions, doing things, speaking, and dealing with other people?

That’s right, zero. There are no such passages because, most importantly, that kind of self-centeredness is not the way God is and not the way his people are to live. We might also add that no human being needs to be told to think first of him- or herself — it’s how we all are by nature as sinners.

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Has the Pandemic Changed Us or Revealed Us?

The Laodicean Christians did not think they were drifting from God. They assumed all was well. When they received the letter, Rome was beginning to enforce emperor worship. In time they would be tested. Unless they changed, they would find themselves wretched, pitiful, poor, blind, and naked – the antithesis of how they imagined themselves.

Would the coming persecution change them or reveal them?

The COVID pandemic has monopolized our attention. A growing infection rate and rising death toll make it impossible to ignore.

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Statement on mRNA Vaccines

When imperfect people leverage imperfect resources, we should not expect them ever to arrive at a perfect solution. We’ve certainly seen this in the politicization of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has even made it controversial to wear a mask in some places. But my interest today is to discuss what is perhaps the most dangerous health crisis of our time — not politics.

As of this writing, COVID-19 has claimed over one quarter million lives in the United States. Now, as we near the potential for vaccination, I wanted to write specifically on my views on the mRNA vaccines developed by Moderna Therapeutics and Pfizer.

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Christian Life Resources’ Position Statement on Vaccination

A Christian demonstrates thankfulness to a loving and forgiving God by doing what is good and avoiding what is evil. The Holy Scriptures proclaim God’s will for what is to be done and what is to be avoided.

That same Word of God compels Christians and Christian agencies to spread the Gospel and perform charitable work for the care of others. Christians and Christian agencies are also compelled to commend faithful living and point out error by proclaiming God’s Word. The purpose of this statement is to glorify God by proclaiming his truth, speaking against error, and advocating expressions of love for the benefit of others.

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