March 22, 2020 This is a really hard and anxious time. This global pandemic is forcing fundamental changes in lifestyle, in human behavior, in the way we do business and school and even church. And it just keeps playing out in real time so quickly that it’s hard to keep track, and even harder to make sense of. Every day we’re learning more, but one thing it seems we can be sure about is that this virus will in some way or another touch every one of us – not just in terms of whether we get sick or not, but in terms of our work, our savings, our anxieties, our family dynamics, our local and global economies.

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