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By Morgan Cardenas
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Churches search for balance as they reopen

 

In mid March, churches were forced to close their doors due to the coronavirus epidemic. Two months later, services were allowed to be held again with restrictions still in place.

In March, when the coronavirus was growing rapidly in case numbers, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services made a statement that places of worship were not going to be able to meet with more than 10 people.

Many churches like Full Gospel Church in Ewing, decided to offer a live-streamed service instead. This way, churchgoers still had a chance to practice their faith. Pastor Mark Hoffman has continue...



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