By John Maust Indian author Babu Verghese usually travels nine months out of the year preaching across his nation of 1.35 billion. But when COVID-19 set in, he had to stay put in Mumbai, which made headlines as India’s worst-hit city. “By God’s mercy, the shut-in has been a productive time,” Babu said in a massive understatement. In
This reflection by Mason Brown of the U.S. placed first in our August writing contest. Contest participants were invited to respond to this prompt in 400 words or less: “What Scripture passage has gained special meaning for you during the global pandemic?” Thirty-six writers from 18 nations in the English contest submitted entries. Contest judge Dr. Miriam Adeney, an
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