In Gillespie County, it is said that “we are insulated, but not isolated.” That applies, usually, to the fact that we’re far enough away from big cities to avoid their problems — traffic, crime and pollution, for instance — but we are close enough when we want to enjoy their amenities, such as concerts, dining or recreation activities.
We are in uncharted waters with governmental entities, suddenly having to meet by teleconference and without its usual watchdogs (the public and the press) able to watch.
As a pastor and servant leader in our beloved community, allow me to share three things with you.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on April 1 posted an online video message seeking Texans’ individual and collective help to reduce the spread of the deadly new coronavirus, COVID-19.
Things my sons have learned while sheltering in place since March 16: