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“A Biblical Response to COVID-19” Gives Hope and Understanding of the Pandemic

RALEIGH, North Carolina, September 6, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Bishop Harvey Spencer never would have thought he would witness and be part of a pandemic. He was able to participate in other historic events, such as witnessing the nomination of the first black president and the first female vice-president of the United States.

In “A Biblical Response to COVID-19,” Bishop Spencer uses his observations and experience, along with the Bible, to help those feeling the divisions of the pandemic. Bishop Spencer first preached on the subject in 2020 and spoke about safety precautions. From his perspective, he was able to observe how people who came to his church felt lost and mentally drained by the events.

“I noticed the division of leaders and how people were struggling with their faith,” Bishop Spencer said. “I want to help those who are confused, because of the pandemic, and help indicate which voice to follow.”

Bishop Spencer has helped the homeless, those on low incomes, and helped those who have faced hardship. He has used his church for programs for ex-offenders and mentoring programs for girls and boys. He also facilitated an open dialogue between the men of the community and the Raleigh Police department.

For those who might read his book, the author’s goal is to save lives and provide a clearer understanding of the global pandemic and his faith. Bishop Harvey wants people to care about others, build character, and learn compassion for others.

“A Biblical Response to COVID-19”
By the bishop Harvey Spencer
ISBN: 9781665719551 (softcover); 9781665719568 (electronic)
Available from Archway Publishing, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Bishop Harvey Spencer founded the Greater Love Church, with the motto “We love you no matter what you are going through.” and founded the non-profit “Love In Action”, both of which are located in the city of Raleigh, North Carolina. He is a frequent guest on “Ask the Pastor” and also wrote “The Power of Forgiveness” in 2018. The author received his honorary doctorate in humanitarianism and the Global Humanitarian Award in October 17, 2020. To learn more, please visit

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