Bishop Paul shares the story of Martin Rinkart who served as a Lutheran pastor through an era of human history we call the “30 Years War” when over 1/3 of the German people died as a result of war and plague.
Be encouraged by this story from Townsville, of how the congregation and early childhood service, with the help of your donations, reached out in love to their lcoal community and beyond following the 2019 flood.
On the LCAQD Mission and Ministry Resource page, under the Church Offline tabs, you will find some information that may help you reorient your community to being ‘Church Offline’. Click on the link to take you there.
How do we engage with each other and the proclamation of the gospel during such a time of crisis? Worship is God coming to us (incarnationally) to heal, equip, empower and encourage us in our day-to-day mission!
As we continue in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to serve the people in our care, the communities and agencies of the LCAQD will undertake the following responses to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) declared by the World Health Organisation to be a Pandemic.