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This week, as the Small Business Administration (SBA) launched the $350 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to aid small businesses, nonprofits, and houses of worship, a few lingering questions remained in terms of how the SBA’s normal requirements for its... Continue...

Last week, the Congress passed and the president signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act of 2020 (or CARES Act) into law. This bipartisan bill is the largest economic relief package in American history. At $2.2... Continue...

What financial aid is available to churches and nonprofits affected by the COVID-19 crisis? As part of the economic response to the COVID-19 crisis, Congress passed and President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES)... Continue...

In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent talk about the extension of social distancing, staggering unemployment numbers, the rise of Zoom bombing, and the brothers who won’t stop making America laugh. Lindsay also gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC... Continue...

In this season of COVID-19, we have entered the uncharted waters of doing church online. And, to be honest, the phrase “doing church online” is a bit of a misnomer. The church is a community of redeemed people who regularly gather together... Continue...

Medical professionals and healthcare providers battling the COVID-19 pandemic are facing a surge of patients that could overwhelm their capacity and resources. Many states are drafting protocols for rationing care during the coronavirus outbreak, even while engaging private manufacturers and... Continue...

As the coronavirus pandemic rages across the world, Christians are on the front lines offering medical care to those in need. Jeff Pickering welcomes Edward Graham of Samaritan's Purse to the show talk about how their worldwide aid organization is... Continue...

If we are honest with ourselves, the last few weeks (and likely many more to come) have been extremely difficult. Some of us have become sick or known loved ones who contracted COVID-19. Others have lost their jobs and livelihoods... Continue...

I don’t think I’ll ever forget the first conversation I had with my son about death. He was three when his playful bouncing turned to, “I need to go see Nana. I miss her.” “Nana” is my mom. She was diagnosed... Continue...

Now that schools, churches, and businesses have closed due to COVID-19, most parents and caregivers have their children at home. In the first few days of closures, I saw the online jokes: ”the whole nation is learning what it means... Continue...