Dealing with COVID-19
Disasters come in many forms. This Library is intended as a resource for the development of Disaster Preparedness and Response Teams. Currently, however, we are in the midst of a global pandemic. COVID-19 is the crisis at hand!
To go straight to our Resource Page for COVID-19 Concerns please click here or use the menu item at the top of this page. These resources there are for both you personally, and your community. Before you go, though, watch the little video to the right. Juan Carlos La Puente is on the staff of the Oregon Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and speaks about vulnerability.
What You’ll Find
Education is key. Here you’ll find videos, articles, devotions, best practices and people ready to work with you and your community.
Response to natural disasters is a community effort. Church, government and businesses all play a role. Who are your partners?
Natural disasters can be times of significant grief and loss, but there is hope. The Church has a Word for times of both joy and uncertainty!
This week, with the country convulsed by protests over the killing of a black man named George Floyd. We decided we’d talk to leading black climate activists about the connections between racism and climate change.
Brazil, Russia, Britain and the U.S. have something in common – “Iliberal Populist Leaders.”
Every state is different. In some states, every municipality is different.
The economic downturn is shaping up to be particularly devastating for renters, who are more likely to be lower-income and work hourly jobs cut during the pandemic.