'This pandemic has blurred the lines, for many of us, between the different institutions in which we fulfill our God-given responsibilities. Our living room couches or kitchen tables may now be our offices, our worshipping spaces, our children’s classrooms, and our boardrooms. Our lives are disrupted not just because a novel virus exists, but because it has dramatically affected the social institutions that make up the fabric of our daily lives. The COVID-19 pandemic presents particular challenges and opportunities for faith-based nonprofits to incarnate the distinctive assets of their faith-based missions to address emerging, complex challenges.'
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