Gone are the days of randomly running into friends in public. We are now in the age of Zoom calls and virtual meetings––in order to be there for others, we have to be intentional about doing so.
Today, consider reaching out to a friend you haven’t spoken to in some time. Pray for a co-worker you haven’t seen in a while. If someone voices a concern on social media, shoot them a message to see if you can help.
You never know what people are going through these days––we’re all new to this. Be wary of how social distancing impacts your relationships. Now it is more important than ever to be proactive about starting and maintaining connections with people.
Why is this critical now? Due to the novelty of the virus, many are fearful about what the future holds. It’s a joy that we have hope through Jesus, and during this season we can take time to listen to others and share this hope with them.