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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

pastoral leaders are called to love fiercely and speak truthfully

In a divided country, pastoral leaders are called to love fiercely and speak truthfully -- and to rest
Baptist News Global: Pastoral caregivers in this moment are experiencing an exceptionally heavy burden, and that's just the truth, says the Rev. Amy Butler.

Willow Creek paid $3.25M to settle lawsuits over child sex abuse by church volunteer
The Chicago Tribune: Willow Creek Community Church agreed to pay more than $3 million to settle lawsuits over the sexual abuse of two developmentally disabled boys by a church volunteer, court records show.

The Church of Trump
The Atlantic: At the president's rallies, his devotees find the relief of belonging -- and something more, besides.

John Inazu: Why I'm still confident about 'Confident Pluralism'
Christianity Today: The past two years have only strengthened John Inazu's belief that tolerance, humility, and patience can help heal our fractious public life.

Mother gets apology after rebuke for breastfeeding inside Brighton church
Livingston (Michigan) Daily: A pastor has apologized to a woman who said she was shamed for breastfeeding inside a church while waiting for her other children to finish Sunday school.

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