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Finding Community in Isolation

The Scriptures say, "Two are better off than one, because they have a good return for their labor" (Ecclesiastes 4:9, NLT).

God created humans to be social creatures; we were made for community. This is why being in isolation for days and weeks on end can be a trying and even traumatic experience for some. As we find ourselves in quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19, we can learn some valuable lessons about our Creator and our need for one another.

First, stillness can be a gift. Life as we know it has changed. The hustle and bustle has dramatically come to a halt for many as jobs and schools have closed down due to the epidemic. For the first time, many have an abundance of an important commodity: Time. This can be a terrific gift to help us reset ourselves and find community where it matters most - in God and family.

Second, don't stop being social while practicing social distancing. We live in fortunate times that we can use technology to call, video chat and int…

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