30 April 2020 | St Albans, UK [tedNEWS]
What is the most important thing you have learnt in lockdown? How have your parental skills developed as a home-schooler, home-worker, and full-time entertainment guru – and how has online church been a benefit to you, and especially your children?
Now in its seventh-week, TED Words of Hope has lined up three experts to explore these issues.
Deana Stojković has learnt to juggle work and family in lockdown, but highlights some great examples of what children are doing around the TED. Daniel Duda shares how our schools continue to serve, while Helgi Jónsson takes a reflective look at where we might want to be – as individuals and as a church – when we finally come out of this period of isolation.
With children’s music from churches in Serbia and England, it is worth watching right until the end!
tedNEWS Staff: Victor Hulbert, editor; Deana Stojković, associate editor
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