In the midst of this frightening time of pandemic and economic slowdown, we are not alone. God is with us. Your spiritual well-being—the vitality that stems from connection with God and others—is the focus of our daily intercession and daily work at The Upper Room.
Here are several resources to help you create and maintain spiritual wellness during these anxious times.
Find us on Facebook, where we will be hosting Live Morning Prayer each day.
Sign up for New Every Morning, a free daily email from Upper Room Books, now featuring encouraging video messages from family and friends of The Upper Room sharing how they are creating daily life with God during these times of uncertainty and isolation.
Watch each of the videos in the playlist below.
Start a 30-day free trial of The Upper Room daily devotional digital edition and join a world-wide community of believers in daily prayer and devotional practice.
Read reflections from readers, community members, and The Upper Room staff on The Upper Room daily devotional blog. This is a place where we can reflect together on the ways this experience is shaping our faith, our relationships, our creativity, our prayer lives, and our hearts.
Listen to this month's episode of The Academy Podcast, a conversation between Claire McKeever-Burgett and Marjorie Thompson about how to remain grounded faith leaders in the midst of chaos, disaster, and fear.
Join others in prayer on The Upper Room Prayer Wall.
If you are a parent, try this list of simple prayer practices you can do as a family during these times of social distancing.
Below are a few more free resources to help you stay grounded during these times of uncertainty and isolation...
The Upper Room is able to provide these resources for free because of generous donors who give to support our ministries. Consider giving a gift today.
Stay informed about COVID-19 by visiting the Centers for Disease Control website.
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