What started out as a simple Facebook status became a month-long venue through which God’s love and power was shown. It was at the end of June 2020, when Sis. Teri Lacayanga published a post on Facebook, sharing about the unfortunate situation of Lung Center medical frontliners.
Eight months in, people are still adjusting to the new normal brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the recent months, we learned of young professionals getting laid-off, resigning from their jobs, while some continue to adjust to work from home. With all these things taking its toll on our mental health, what is something we can do to help young professionals navigate their way through this pandemic?
Given the challenges, we need to pursue the vision that the Lord has laid in our hearts as described in our vision canvas. The year 2020 marks the first phase of pursuing to be a church that multiplies churches that are safe places to find healing and restoration into wholeness in Christ.
Are your heads still spinning from all the blows we had so far in 2020? We started this year with the confidence of continuing what we have always been doing and motivated by the fresh goals we thought were strategic and timely. Until the world turned upside down.