Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. Tragedy and crisis are magnifiers – circumstances that force our hand and shine a bright light on underlying situations we might have otherwise ignored or dismissed.The coronavirus global pandemic has not only claimed more than100,000 lives across the world. It has shaken all of us in ways big and small. In the midst of the crisis, I sense a greater hunger for substance, both in our personal lives as well as in our professional pursuits.In my few outings beyond the walls of home, I notice people are inquiring about one another’s health. Friends are checking in more frequently on the phone or email. And there’s a renewed openness to spiritual conversations with people who might otherwise never consider darkening the door of a church.JENTEZEN FRANKLIN: CORONAVIRUS LEAVES CHURCHES EMPTY, BUT WE REMEMBER EASTER’S TIMELESS MESSAGE OF HOPECould this be the silver lining of a very dark COVID-19 cloud?The irony of all of this happening now, in the midst of Passover and Easter, should not be lost on anyone.Just five days before Jesus was crucified, He entered the city of Jerusalem to great acclaim. As He rode in


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