As Texans faced unprecedented freezing temperatures in mid-February, many area churches jumped into action, providing help to those in need. Places of worship across the state opened their doors to serve food, provide heat, electricity, and hot showers for their communities. Meanwhile, churches from other states also responded quickly, developing donation drives with Givelify’s online giving platform to collect and send resources to their neighbors after this major winter storm.
With the onset of COVID, most women have increased their responsibilities within the home, balancing work and children who are schooling online, managing the dog and cooking more meals. So, providing resources to help women connect is highly valuable during this unprecedented time. Women are Disconnected from the Bible In-person Bible studies are mostly still
Twice a month, Yemi Salau gives his time to feed his neighbors. Every other Saturday, he volunteers to load boxes of food into the cars of more than 200 families. “You notice different kind of cars. I see new cars and old cars. You can’t really tell by the cars who is in need. I’ve
Reverend Russell St. Bernard is the director for ministry operations at Kingdom Fellowship AME Church in Silver Spring, Maryland and a guest blogger for Givelify. This month, he is writing a series about how to prepare your church building, your team and your worship experience for a return to in-person service. As we prepare to go back in-person
How did your life change in 2020? What challenges did you face? Perhaps you felt the strain of limited supplies at the store? Did you or a loved one battle the virus? Did your organization face challenges with fundraising? On the other hand, were there unexpected joys? Like, a slower-paced life? Time with family? Gratitude