Posts from March 2020

Posts from March 2020

It’s Good to Talk

We are living in unprecedented and uncertain times. With the spread of COVID-19, many of us are left feeling unsure of what life will look like for the present and the future. With an invisible danger spreading throughout our communities, and with the real possibility of an economic recession, it is easy to feel worried, anxious, depressed, and even paralyzed. During times like this, here is something to remember: It’s good to talk. Talking will not change our circumstances usually.…

Thriving As A Part of the Church Family

Dear church family, I just got done listening to the news conference in which Wake County announced a stay-at-home order. We have never seen times like these, and most of us have never lived under similar restrictions. Much is being stripped away. The things that are important, however, remain unchanged. The grass withers and the flowers fade, but the Word of the Lord remains forever! From everlasting to everlasting, He is God! COVID-19 will pass, but not even the gates…

Church Life during COVID-19

Greetings Church family! In desperate circumstances David asked “When the foundations are shaken, what can the righteous do?” And the answer came: “The Lord is in His holy temple. The Lord is on His heavenly throne.” He’s still God, Jesus still saves, and the Church is still His bride and His ambassador. Let’s keep loving Him and reaching people! (Throughout this e-mail, where you see text in blue, you can hold down your “ctrl” button and click with your mouse…

Greetings in the strong Name of Jesus Christ

Dear church family and guests of Cary Alliance, I’m reminded of a phrase often heard a few decades back: “Greetings in the strong Name of Jesus Christ.” Our Elders and Pastors have been much in prayer and consultation about our response to COVID-19. It seems that every hour brings disorienting and distressing news. Your questions, concerns and comments have been much appreciated and have helped shape our thoughts in this matter. We believe that in much counsel comes wisdom from…