Steve Wright Gets It Right by Michael · May 9, 2020 Steve and I don’t always agree, but I think he nailed this. Excellent counter to Hibbs, Graves, etc… Share
I appreciate Steve and rest of the leadership at CCLE. I trust God has spoken to them, and they are being faithful to His voice.
Some churches began opening here in Idaho on May 3. Here’s how we are rolling out our regathering.
Of course, it’s all subject to change if things go south on keeping the curve flattened.
That was an outstanding message. Steve covered all the issues and explained their reasoning very well. He and his team have thought through the issues very thoroughly. I think Steve’s message could serve as a checklist for any church considering reopening their building.
That was absolutely spot on!!
CC San Jose was going to open tomorrow, then they changed their minds for at least another week.
I heard somewhere recently that some Catholic parishes are having Mass with 9 parishoners as a time. Boy, that must be a lot of work for the poor priests!! In our area, I heard that Catholic parishoners can be at 25% capacity by the end of May, IF they meet our governor’s guidelines.
Well reasoned and sensible. He puts pastoral care first…
Looks like Steve is doing proper planning and due diligence in this effort. I agree that it would a good checklist/reference point for other congregations.
It would be well for all pastors to remember Proverbs 15:22 in any of their reopening plans. BTW, the advisers are NOT limited to fellow pastors, members of the congregation/denomination, or even other Christians. Just keep that in mind.
Wow, a voice of reason in the vast wilderness of evangelicalism, and not one conspiracy theory in there. I’m impressed.
Steve Wright runs (I don’t want to say his church because it’s not it’s Christ’s) but that CC better than a lot of other CC pastors.
Maybe that what Jeff Sheckstein meant when he said “…but many people paint with too broad a brush when it comes to CC’s… the other day.
Amen! Finally someone with wisdom. Glad someone’s thinking for themselves and not being persuaded by other zealous but “green” younger pastors.
This is quite valuable.
Thanks for posting this, Michael.
May it give many of us pause and gravity to our deliberations.