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Editorial by Bob Cundiff

Not too many people have heard the story I’m about to share with you. When the pandemic broke in Spring 2020, many conference administrators contacted the North American Division asking for counsel on how to continue ministry in the new economic fabric brought on by COVID-19.

Pastor Andre Ascalon baptizes Mason and Matthew George.

Editorial by Jorge Aguero

When the disciples asked Jesus, “What will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” (Matt. 24:3, NKJV), Jesus answered them by listing several signs that would occur before his second coming—including pestilence, such as COVID-19, and wars similar to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Jesus specifically mentions one sign that will mark the end of time: “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come” (Matt. 24:14, NKJV).

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Historia de Jorge Agüero

Mientras escribo este editorial para comenzar el nuevo año, no puedo dejar de pensar en la pena, el dolor y el sufrimiento que dejó la pandemia del COVID-19 y los implacables desastres naturales que nos afectaron el año pasado. Si pudiera prometer que este año será el año de “no más noche, no más dolor, no más lágrimas, nunca más llanto”, como expresa la hermosa canción.

Editorial by Celeste Ryan Blyden

It’s hard to believe we are still living through a pandemic. Despite all human effort, this virus is relentless and unwilling to relinquish its global grip and march of pain. When you consider the lives lost—more than 5 million worldwide—the families devastated and the economic impact, it’s easy to wonder, what’s next?