One Great Hour of Sharing Connects Us

What if these were the days when Jesus was living with us? What if this were the moment God chose to connect?

Where would we find Jesus? In our congregation? Or in our neighborhoods?  

Perhaps Jesus would be among people classified as “essential,” who might struggle to feed their own families, while ensuring food makes it to others’ tables.

Perhaps Jesus would be working in a neighborhood, mostly ignored by governments and industry, except when there are resources to be exploited or removed.

Perhaps Jesus lives in any of the places, so impoverished in a world of plenty, that help and hope seem like illusions.

Or perhaps locked away, drowned out or disregarded so far from us that we never even know our Savior’s name.

What if this is the time? What if this is the place?