If you need to travel internationally over the next few months, you have a lot more to think about and consider than before the coronavirus crisis. Loveholidays have put together an excellent and comprehensive guide on 'How to practise responsible tourism during COVID-19'. Most of it is relevant to all international travellers.
With All Nations and Redcliffe coming together (see press release), and with the current COVID-19 crisis, we asked Martin Hickey, Head of Communications for All Nations Christian College, to reflect on mission training in and beyond the COVID-19 crisis.
OSCAR has collected together a number of resources and links to help you plan for the months ahead. This is a follow on from last month's article - Coronavirus: Help for Mission Workers, and can be regarded as an addendum.
Published in May, this is a review of this a 10-week re-entry devotional book for long-term workers who are leaving ministry or the field. Whilst written before the current crisis, many aspects of the re-entry process are the same and many more people will appreciate this book's help in leaving the old behind and embracing the new. Reviewed by Rob Jameson.
During the lockdown we have moved virtually all of our training online. We are offering most of our courses 'on demand' via Zoom, grouping people together with others who need that particular training in a certain time frame. If you would like to participate, just contact us and we will sort out a course for you to join.
With the coronavirus outbreak declared a global health emergency, where do you go for your crisis travel advice? Your first stop is probably the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website. After that you might want specific advice or resources that can help. See our Crisis Management section for help.