Dr. Eddie Moody, Executive Secretary of the National Association of Free Will Baptists invites us to accept a challenge for the future. “Going through a pandemic can be discouraging. Some have become sick. Others have lost loved ones and friends. The pandemic has impacted everyone in some way—the way we work, go to school, and even how we worship. Some have not been in church since March. There is disruption, frustration, and confusion about what to do next. I was talking the other day with Dr. Kelton Hinton, a friend who works with Southern Baptist churches in North Carolina, and he said, “You know this is not the first time the people of God have been in a situation like this.” He mentioned the Jewish exile in Babylon. He noted that those people had their lives turned upside down and were cut off from worshiping at the Temple, but God used the process to refine them, and He was with them wherever they went. Find his paper at nafwb.org/Jeremiah29.”
Visit the JEREMIAH 29 INITIATIVE page on the NAFWB website.