Bishop McCaskill has acknowledged that many have started going back into the church, and many public events has started, and many people are accommodating.
Bishop believes we need to be cautious because many are still being affected by this covid, through those who have not taken this virus seriously, and don't practice washing their hands and don't practice social distance, and have no desire to take the vaccination shot, and that's their prerogative, but we will continue to practice social distance and have our services outside until the Lord leads us to go back into the building. We are not condemning or judging any pastor or leader. We have seen how it has affected many in our congregation, and by the grace of God, they are still alive. The minorities are still struggling to survive because of delayed action among family and friends to get checked for the virus. Jesus told disciples "Watch and Pray ".[ Matthew 26:41 ] We welcome all to join us on Sundays for our parking lot services, we will have our services much early when it starts getting hot in the summer months. We welcome you to sit in cars too. Also when we put chairs out, we will wear a mask and have social distance.
Be not weary in your well-doing, this season will pass, when this nation humbles themselves and seek God's face and turn from their wicked ways, then God will heal the land [ IIChronicles 7:14 ] Bishop has received his covid vaccination shots. However, allow God to lead you in what to do. Those who are led by the spirit of God are the Children of God [ Romans 8:14 ].