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Jehovah’s Witnesses offers practical methods to cope with pandemic

Via Virus Outbreaks—What Can You Do video on jw.org

FEW events in modern history have harmed the emotional well-being of people around the world as has the COVID-19 pandemic. The threat of contracting or transmitting a life-threatening disease and the added challenges of anxiety and isolation have had an immeasurable impact on people of all backgrounds.

To help address this situation, the official website of Jehovah’s Witnesses, jw.org, is featuring a video entitled Virus Outbreaks—What Can You Do. The three-minute whiteboard animation offers families practical methods to cope emotionally and spiritually with the effects of the pandemic.

Since the pandemic began, jw.org has featured information designed to assist people of all ages and backgrounds to remain calm, informed, and healthy. With content in an unprecedented 1,027 languages, the site also addresses often-asked questions and points to the Bible’s assurance of a bright future. Website articles are available in several Philippine languages, including: Bicol, Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Iloko, Pangasinan, Tagalog, and Waray-Waray.

Makati City Pabakuna

Links to 7 practical tools on jw.org: Virus Outbreaks—What You Can Do,

How to Beat Pandemic Fatigue, How to Deal With Isolation, Can the Bible Help Me if I’m Depressed?, Anxiety in Men—How the Bible Can Help, When Staying Home Isn’t Safe and What Does the Bible Say About Pandemics

Since the outbreak of the pandemic, many have felt that their life is slipping out of their control. The material on jw.org helps people of all ages and backgrounds to successfully govern their feelings by using the timeless wisdom found in the Bible,” said Leynard Rodulfa, spokesman for Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Those who do not have a Bible can download a copy or read it free of charge on jw.org—no sign-up or personal information is required.

Publication Source :    People's Tonight
Jun I. Legaspi
Reporter, People's Tonight