This page provides links to:
- Sites with fellowship from the co-workers to the churches in the Lord’s recovery;
- Fellowship provided by the leading brothers to the members of the church in Anaheim; and
- Public health sources that provide reliable, useful information.
From the co-workers:
The Shepherding Words website contains:
- A letter of fellowship from the co-workers to the saints in all the churches in the Lord’s recovery (in English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese)
- A letter from the North American co-workers in consultation with physician brothers regarding how the coronavirus spreads and steps to protect from contracting it
On March 31 the co-workers issued a call to the saints in the Lord’s recovery throughout the globe to pray round-the-clock for twenty-one days starting on April 1. On April 16, a letter from the co-workers extended this season of prayer through the end of April. The Unceasingly Pray website includes words of encouragement from Minoru Chen, Ron Kangas, Andrew Yu, and James Lee, as well as a list of prayer burdens, ministry excerpts on the importance of prayer, and a signup form to participate..
From the church in Anaheim:
- March 20, 2020 – A brief word of fellowship concerning prayer in:
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- March 13, 2020 – Important announcement regarding meetings of the church in Anaheim (also in Chinese, Korean, and Spanish).
- Technologies for having online meetings.
- February 5, 2020 – Recommendations Toward the Prevention of Coronavirus Exposure and Spread and for Response to Suspected Coronavirus Exposure
- February 2, 2020 – Guidelines to protect saints from coronavirus
Other valuable resources:
- Federal government coronavirus hub
- Center for Disease Control coronavirus hub
- California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response hub (translations available)
- California Department of Health COVID-19 Updates, including guidance for mass gatherings (translations available)
- Orange County Department of Health, including an “Amended Order and Guidance of the Orange County Health Officer” and a useful infographic about the coronavirus in English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese
- City of Anaheim coronavirus resources
- The Environmental Protection Agency has published a list of disinfectants for use against coronavirus
- World Health Organization Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic page
- Consumer Reports coronavirus hub, including a list of common household products that can destroy coronavirus