Our hearts break for the thousands of lives lost to COVID-19 and the millions of Americans currently out of work in the wake of the pandemic.
The virus has touched every life – and upended many long held plans.
I heard that some are calling students graduating high school and college this spring, members of the “Disappearing Class of 2020.”
Isn’t that sad?
One day they were all together, taking classes, playing games – looking forward to traditional end of year activities like the prom and special award ceremonies.
And then … suddenly, it was all over.
If you feel like you’re missing a lot these days, this video is for you.
Yes, we’ve all missed a lot – but don’t miss what’s happening in front of you:
Jim Daly with Paul Batura
If you’re like most parents with students in the home, the coronavirus pandemic has thrown a real wrench in academic plans – not just for the last two months but even looking ahead to the prospect of summer camps and other nontraditional instruction. For the last 57 years, our friends over at Summit Ministries in...
There’s a lot that we don’t yet know about the chilling and tragic story surrounding the violent death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery of Brunswick, Georgia. But here’s what we do know. On February 23rd Ahmaud Arbery was killed in broad daylight while running on a suburban street following an altercation with Gregory and Travis McMichael. According...