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Weekly DFW Church Response to COVID - Shared screen with speaker view
Brenda Kirk
39:36
Do you think the dip is due to the failure of the Church to be more proactive on Race issues?
Mark Lombard
40:00
Thanks for letting me share about FOR LOVE & ART.
Rebecca Walls
40:19
That was great Mark. Thank you.
Bill Beamon
41:05
In what ways have you seen the Art Of Neighboring playing in Denver in regards to some of the racial tensions that's stirring now/ Are relationships and dialogue improving?
Mark Lombard
41:33
For further info about our ministry to elevate the quality of life for seniors and the infirm, please visit http://www.forloveandart.org. God bless you!
Alison Reese
48:30
I believe every church needs to have a relationship with their LOCAL food charity. Souper Bowl of Caring is building our map now for all churches around the country to find their local food charity. Should be ready by early July!
Alison Reese
49:09
Thanks for the shout-out Rebecca....If we are neighbors to everyone we become neighbors to no one. Love that quote, Dave!
Susan Blackburn
54:27
VolunteerNow is pointing individuals to neighborhood programs: an example is, one called looking for ways to help only to discover the church across the street was looking for help with a variety of issues. this is a primarily white neighborhood yet it was housing a major race relation team and turned out to be a diverse congregation.
Susan Blackburn
56:03
so important
Megan Flores
01:03:36
we are losing you, Rebecca!
Ashley Hood
01:10:21
That's similar to my experience. And also single people who don't have the usual ways to interact.
Ashley Hood
01:12:03
Yes, I'm seeing more stress in 20-50.
Kim Moeller
01:12:16
This is a great program to be aware of: https://www.lightuniversity.com/mentalhealthcoach/
Alison Reese
01:17:39
I love how specific needs are brought forth through Care Portal
Ashley Hood
01:18:06
Can you say again how we sign up for the care portal requests?
Ashley Hood
01:19:11
Nevermind. I found it.
Susan Blackburn
01:20:40
Vickery Meadows is a diverse area with diverse needs
Margo McClinton
01:23:51
Thank you