COVID-19 Resources

Providing Light and Liberty with Resources for Ministries, Pastors, and Families


How to Think Biblically and Lead Through the COVID-19 Crisis

Be Not Afraid”: How Christians and Church Leaders Can Respond to the Coronavirus

Responding to the Coronavirus With Faith and Common Sense

How Should Christians Talk About the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Sermons About Pandemic

Ways to Serve and Pray During the COVID-19 Crisis


NOTE: The information provided below is based on Nebraska Family Alliance’s research regarding the CARES Act at the time the information was provided and therefore may contain inaccuracies. All information below is subject to correction and/or clarification as more complete and reliable information and interpretations of the new law become available. The information on this website is for educational purposes only and does not constitute professional legal or accounting advice.

Financial Aid and Relief

SBA Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Participation of Faith-Based Organizations

CARES Act Webinar, Checklist, and Calculator Resources

Federal Aid to Nonprofits & Churches for Relief From Corona Pandemic

Applying for CARES Act Forgivable Loans

What is the CARES Act?

Ways for churches to connect with their congregations and other churches

DHHS Frequently Asked Questions For Faith-Based Communities

DHHS Guidelines for the Conduct of Faith-Based Services Including Weddings and Funerals Held in Houses of Worship

Ways to Broadcast & Livestream Your Church Service Online

Crisis Toolkit for Churches

Within Reach is a Collaboration of Business, Education, Government, and Church Leaders


Preaching Sermons During the COVID-19 Crisis

How Should Christian Leaders Respond to a Pandemic?

Responding to Pandemics: 4 Lessons from Church History

Free Confidential Counseling for Pastors


Talking to Young People in the Church About the COVID-19 Crisis

Sustaining Your Youth Ministry During a Global Pandemic

Doing Youth Ministry During a Pandemic

How to Help your Teens Overcome Their Fears of the Coronavirus Pandemic


Legal & Constitutional Issues for Churches

Can the Government Order Churches Be Closed in a Pandemic?

A Constitutional Guide to Emergency Powers

A Coronavirus Constitutional Law Discussion

Church Services, COVID-19, and the Constitution: Your Questions Answered


Helping Families Adjust to a New Normal During the COVID-19 Crisis

Help for Families During the Coronavirus Crisis

How To Talk To Your Kids About The Coronavirus Outbreak

Practical Resources for Teaching Your Kids at Home

Ideas for Those Unexpectedly Having to Homeschool Their Children

We’re All Homeschoolers Now

Child Care

What COVID-19 Means for Child Care Providers

Information on Child Care for Providers

Governor’s Executive Order on Expanding Access to Child Care Options

Guidance to Child Care Centers


Official Government Websites About the COVID-19 Crisis

CDC: About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

White House: The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America

WHO: Q&A on Coronaviruses (COVID-19)

CDC: Get Your Home Ready for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Update: Questions and Answers

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

Receive Email Updates From Governor Ricketts on COVID-19

Track COVID-19 Cases in Nebraska

Track COVID-19 Cases in United States

Track COVID-19 Cases across the Globe


How COVID-19 Affects the Upcoming Election

4 Ways Coronavirus May Change How You Vote

What Churches Can and Cannot Do During an Election Season

Request a Mail-In Ballot

Serve and Pray

Ways to Serve and Pray During the COVID-19 Crisis


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