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Questions To Ponder About Life, #PostCorona

Greetings, Fellow Adventurers!

I’m currently working on a challenge to ask you to think about what you would like to see the church do differently when the covid quarantine is lifted and we step back into more typical living… #PostCorona!

I will share more about that with you soon, but in the meantime, here are some questions I would like to ask you to ponder…

Do you think we have done a good job of responding to the needs of people during this time of crisis? 


When I say “we,” I mean we, the church, the kingdom, the family of God as a corporate entity…”


How are you doing with the harsh realities of isolation during this time? 

Have you wondered about the people who were already homeless before the quarantine was put into place?

If you needed help during the quarantine, how did you reach out for the help you needed?

Were you able to get your needs met? Did you reach out to a faith congregation? How did that work out for you? 

Did you know that every school district in America has a designated Homeless Liaison?!

How could the faith community use that knowledge to better meet the needs of those who are homeless when times of crisis become even more complicated?

These are a few of the topics we will be discussing in our upcoming challenge, called The Post Corona Ambassadors Challenge. I will share more details soon, so I invite you to follow our page on Facebook so you can get the details and join our quest to improve our strategies for helping those who need us.

We will soon be stepping into life after quarantine, so my goal is to challenge the way we think about HOW we are helping those who face the crisis of isolation on an everyday basis. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit today, and I look forward to seeing you again soon!

Here’s the link to our page on Facebook: The Kataluma Adventure

I invite you to keep in touch with our journey into Social Studies, 101 – Faith Edition at Kataluma.

The corona crisis will soon be behind us, and I invite you to join me in the quest to troubleshoot our responses so we can prepare for the next crisis that will inevitably come knocking. 

Until next time, you are in my thoughts and prayers…

God bless you!