Listening and Learning Will Help Us Live through This Crisis

  • How might churches work to re-engage with folks who have been exposed to other experiences, at least virtually?
  • How might churches work to stay connected with new people who found their services online during this season of sheltering in place?
  • How do we ensure a kind of hospitality when people meet at church online and then have to face the unadorned reality of the saints together?
  • How do we build a relationship rather than settle for transactions when people are hundreds or thousands of miles away?

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