While their country is under a national quarantine, many people living in the informal settlements of Somerset West, South Africa, aren’t able to get basic needs. Our Every Nation church in Somerset West saw the needs of their community and acted.
Although the coronavirus has caused churches to move discipleship online, our Every Nation church in Japan is inviting friends and neighbors to hear the gospel for the first time.
In the United States, New York City quickly became the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. Through a close relationship with the Every Nation church in China, our leaders in New York were able to collect and donate protective gear that helps save lives, from the ICU nurse in Queens to the young COVID-19 patient in Manhattan.
Medical workers around the world continue to be on the frontline of the coronavirus fight. Our Every Nation church in Manila, Philippines, has opened its building to provide relief for and share the gospel with their medical community. They’ve transformed their building into a temporary housing facility, including beds and food, for frontline medical workers. They’ve been able to show God’s love to the weary in the midst of the coronavirus fight.
We were able to speak with one of our pastors in China about how the coronavirus has affected his nation and our Every Nation church there. As you know, the virus has had a global impact, but God is still moving.
“God is the one who is opening doors, God is the one who is leading us by his Spirit. It’s his work, and we have the privilege to follow him as we make disciples in these nations.” See how God is making disciples in diverse cultures across Europe.