Station Launches Website for Listeners to Connect with Christian Music and Sermons

In this scary and uncertain time, people are trapped at home practicing social distancing due to the new COVID-19 aka coronavirus pandemic. In most parts of the world, citizens are not able to attend their church services in a physical building. Not being able to worship, connect and interact with other church members can cause anxiety, depression and loneliness.

‘Medical Hero Week’ Inspires Girls, Honors Frontline Workers

White coats, gloves, and masks have become iconic symbols amid the current COVID-19 global crisis. American Heritage Girls (AHG) is hosting a week dedicated to honoring the medical professional “heroes” behind the coats, gloves, and masks with the organization’s first-ever AHG Medical Hero Week — April 27- May 1, 2020.

COVID-19 Not Hampering Independent Movie Production

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness is based on principles America’s founding fathers fought and died for during the American Revolutionary War.

Gospel for Asia Assisting Starving Families in South Asia

Faith-based humanitarian group Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) is helping to sustain desperate families pushed to the brink of starvation as South Asia battles the deadly coronavirus.

ACSI Increasing Advocacy Presence in D.C.

The Association of Christian Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Philip Scott as the ministry’s new Senior Counsel for Policy & Advocacy in Washington, D.C.

CarePortal to Help Kids and Families Most Affected by COVID-19

In coordination with the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and child welfare workers across the country, CarePortal, an online platform that connects the needs of children and families in crisis with local churches and community members willing to help, is launching a COVID-19 Disaster Relief platform. Through this new initiative, local churches across the nation will soon be able to serve at-risk children and families suffering from COVID-19 related crises in their local communities.

Group Offers Free Online Christian Counseling

COVID-19 has caused many states to cancel Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and Celebration for Recovery meetings to prevent the spread of the disease. People in recovery depend on those meetings for sobriety and without them, they are at a greater risk for relapse. To combat this risk, www.TrinityRecoveryCoaching.org is offering online Christian recovery counseling and coaching.

Women Providing Hope in a Time of Crisis

Given the current crisis, a group of women have joined forces to provide support and encouragement to other women at this time by hosting an online Virtual Summit on 8 April. Speakers will cover key topics to help women not only survive but thrive during this crisis.

Non-Profit Works to Rescue Children from Public School

With coronavirus shutting government schools, millions of parents have a historic opportunity to try homeschooling and non-government alternatives, declared leaders with the new movement “Public School Exit.”

Samaritan’s Purse Deploys Emergency Field Hospital to New York City

On March 28, Samaritan’s Purse deployed its Emergency Field Hospital to New York City, New York, where the local medical infrastructure is severely overwhelmed. In cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), New York state officials, and local hospital authorities, Samaritan’s Purse will open a 68-bed field hospital, specially designed as a respiratory care unit. This response comes one week after Samaritan’s Purse opened an identical unit in Cremona, Italy-making it an unprecedented medical response for the N.C.-based organization as two Emergency Field Hospitals are run simultaneously.

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