Like me, I know you are deeply concerned about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our community and for people around the globe. I want to assure you that FCNL is in full operation – virtually – advocating for the world we seek, especially for those whose health and economic conditions make them even more vulnerable because of this pandemic.
As people of hope, we are also people of faith. Hebrew 11:1 has been a consistent mantra for my work with FCNL, and even more so at this moment in time: “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”
Democracy is something that we practice together. In times of crisis, we must strengthen this practice.
We have faith that we will weather this pandemic. We have faith that our government will prioritize the needs of our vulnerable neighbors. We have faith that you—the FCNL community—will remain actively engaged as relentless advocates.
Democracy is something that we practice together. In times of crisis, we must strengthen this practice, engaging Congress to act with compassion and justice and restoring an effective government that serves people.
We have many virtual ways of staying connected and advocating as a community:
- Keep updated via our website.
- Sign up for action alerts.
- Get a brief weekly summary on our issues.
- Engage with our community on Facebook or Twitter.
- Stay tuned for regular telephone chats with me and our experts.
We are grateful for your support of FCNL’s work and for staying active in this troubled time.