We are going to compile some of the best articles and resources for Christians during the COVID-19 Pandemic in our “Epidemic A La Carte” series, inspired by Tim Challies’ daily A La Carte emails.
An interview with Bob Cutillo, MD from the Crossway Podcast.
“”Crisis, Christ, and Confidence” is a weekly video series launching today, featuring Drs. Gregory A. Poland, David Garner, and Peter Lillback. Dr. Poland is the Mary Lowell Leary professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, as well as the director of the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group. He is also the editor-in-chief of the medical journal Vaccine. He is a keen student of theology and studies at Westminster in our online program. The purpose of this series is to provide regular insight into the medical crisis through Greg’s expert medical lens in the context of a Biblical perspective.”
A local podcast following local events related to COVID-19 and their effects on the community.
“Difficult times often provoke special generosity. That has proven the case with many Christian ministries and businesses in these difficult and uncertain days. Here is some of the free or discounted material that has been made available.”
Rosaria Butterfield, the author of The Gospel Comes with a Housekey, considerations for Christian hospitality during this pandemic.
If you are looking for inspiration for how to love others during this time, Justin Earley’s article might help you.
“Our hope and prayer in the resources below, which we plan to supplement weekly, is that we might be of some help in anchoring your soul in the word of God. That you might see the greatness and beauty and worth of Jesus Christ (Philippians 3:8). That you might treasure him above health and life (Psalm 63:3). And that God would be glorified in you, as you are satisfied in him.”
This resource, offered by numerous online book retailers, would be a useful one for families looking to develop habits of family worship at the present time. “This Family Worship Bible Guide presents rich devotional thoughts on all 1,189 chapters in the Bible, including searching questions to promote conversation, to help you with this responsibility. Use this resource every day alongside Scripture to read each chapter’s major takeaways aloud and then discuss them with your family.”