The summer season is coming to a close and looking back it’s a sad reminder how not normal this summer has been especially at Delanco Camp, where we weren’t able to have our traditional overnight camps because of the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.
While more things are open now than they were in the early weeks and months of the pandemic, maintaining social distance and wearing masks have become a thing we do to protect from spread but they also can serve as ways to divide us since we aren’t able to be together as we would normally with our friends and family.
Adding to this fact are disagreements about the way forward and a volatile political climate that is causing so much division within families, churches and nearly every aspect of life.
Hebrews 10:24 is a reminder that we as Christians are called to “spur one another on toward love and good deeds.” In a difficult and uncertain time with so much division, we are called to be peacemakers and point to Jesus.
This week we’re going to look at ways we can encourage one another and counter the culture of tearing people down that is all too prevalent.
Send us your stories, testimonies and ideas about how we can encourage one another this week. You can email them to email@example.com or message us on our social media platforms. What are ways you’ve been making the most of things in the pandemic? Hobbies you’ve picked up, projects you’ve done, talents you’ve cultivated, etc.