Hard times during COVID



Hard times during COVID


Religion during the pandemic takes a whole new turn on religion. I am not a regular churchgoer but I did attend often. I am in college and have moved from my old church to finding a new church in my new town. I have been in my new town for now 3 years but only during when school is in session. last year I was able to find a church that fit my grove. I fell in love and started to attend with my friends then what do you know COIVD hit and we all had to go home, just as I was getting a hang of things. I follow the church I go to in college and the one from home on social medial so I am able to follow along with changes happing within. I was amazed when the world shut down no more churches no nothing so I just turned to home practicing but what am I kidding if you don't have someone holding you accountable it gets tough. Over the past several months I have been trying and just recently the church at college has opened their doors back up to those that are willing and have even found a way to broadcast online. All churches are tiring so hard to adapt to this new normal and I feel as though so are people especially me. This COIVD stuff scared me so I have been taking advantage of the online live lectures. Even better the church posts stuff daily wheater that is motivation quotes or things to think about that day. I think this aspect has really helped me keep on top of everything. Hopefully one day soon the churches can open their doors back up to full capacity.

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November 2020



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