Christmas time is here, as the song goes, only this time it's a 'Covid Christmas'. So what does that mean for Christmas and Christmas eve services? And for all worship services of faith? Here in Texas, most churches have remained open with a new socially distanced capacity. Several churches are also offering virtual and on-line services. Dave Welch of the Texas Pastors Council told KTRH, "Here in Texas people are flocking to churches" with even more expected for Christmas Eve. And as we close out arguably one of the worst year's in our nations history, there is no official data for how many people have turned to 'faith' during this pandemic. But Welch says regardless of the numbers, it's understandable. "It's created a moment where we've had to decide what's important in life." Welch also told KTRH that 2020 has been a reminder for all of us, that there are still things we cannot control, "The CDC lists the 15 top causes of mortality, none of which was Covid 19. The fact is that everyday is truly a gift from God." On that note, here's to a healthy and Happy New Year in 2021!