Religion News Service: So who cares if a few churches have to be razed to make Harlem "great again," right? F. Romall Smalls does.
Washington Post: Instead of spending time consuming fear-inducing news, Diana Butler Bass is looking for both blessings and ways to say "thank you," which is deeply challenging in the current political environment.
The (London) Guardian: Doing without your regular salt-and-vinegar fix won't really bring anyone closer to God. But a change of policy over letting in refugees children would, says Giles Fraser.
Forward: Despite Jews' long tradition of welcoming the stranger, Jane Eisner is uneasy about "sanctuary." Does it represent a further politicization of religious life?
Harvard Business Review: Mentorship comes in many flavors. It doesn't always work unless leaders bear in mind a few common principles.