As we wind down this year, it’s only natural that we take a look back at
the nine cover stories we published. We started the year with our annual
Public Affairs and Religious Liberty issue and ended with an exploration of the ministry of the disabled. In between, of course, was the pandemic, now
reaching 300,000 U.S. deaths and the recent welcome news of vaccines slowly beginning to roll out across our nation.
"We give thanks to God because the pandemic will never restrain the arm of
our Savior Jehovah," said Monte de Sion Senior Pastor, Benjamin Calderon.
"We believe that all contact with people in our community is an opportunity to
raise up Jesus Christ. All that happened and will continue to happen in our
district has been God’s work, not our own. To God be the glory!"
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has hit the local community hard financially, and that means that some families may not be able to afford the typical Christmas fanfare. However, one Cadillac youth group is trying to help remedy that.