Christian Today: The number of Anglicans in Britain has collapsed by 50 per cent in under two decades, according to a new survey.
The Washington Post: Despite pressure to resign after Charlottesville, most members of an evangelical advisory board have decided to remain, in hopes of influencing policy.
Religion News Service: All the president's clergymen: A close look at Trump's 'unprecedented' ties with evangelicals
The Los Angeles Times: A little over a week ago, as Hurricane Harvey bore down on Texas, senior pastor Jack Matkin canceled Sunday services at First UMC in Dickinson, fearing the coming calamity. His assessment was correct.
Pacific-Standard: The Joel Osteen controversy highlights the importance of faith-based organizations in times of need.
NPR: In churches across Houston on Sunday, pastors struggled to tell their parishioners why a God they believed to be good might have allowed a storm of Biblical proportion to flood their city.