With all the attention focused on coronavirus, it’s easy to forget today is Good Friday. Christians commemorate this “good” day because of the result it had – Jesus paying for the price of all our sins so we may have eternal life. In my line of work, we’re focused on always protecting life from death, particularly abortion. But in the case of Good Friday, Jesus’ death was necessary to make life possible for all of mankind. Coronavirus and all of its subsequent fallout has people around the world thinking about life and death and the precious value of life. It’s a good time to treasure in our hearts the good in Good Friday. And feel the anticipation of the unmeasurable joy we’ll have in Resurrection Sunday. Don’t let these uncertain times swallow that up.