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Friday, August 21, 2020

Black and white evangelicals once talked about 'racial reconciliation.'


In Iowa, hard-hit churches and faith-based organizations rally to help out in wake of derecho storm
Religion News Service: In Iowa, churches are working together and partnering with faith-based organizations from across the country to offer aid after the unusual windstorm, called a derecho, left a trail of devastation from South Dakota to Ohio on Aug. 10.

Black and white evangelicals once talked about 'racial reconciliation.' Then Trump came along.*
The Washington Post: White evangelicals angered over the death of George Floyd this summer have joined protests and declared that "Black lives matter." But their continued support for President Trump has disgusted Black evangelical leaders.

Christian groups unveil new criminal justice reform push
Associated Press: A coalition of Christian groups including the Church of God in Christ and the National Association of Evangelicals is launching a new criminal justice reform push that seeks to rally believers behind policing changes grounded in biblical principles.

Ahead of 2020 election, white evangelicals still concerned about COVID-19
Christianity Today: Those who know someone who suffered from the virus are less likely to say they plan to vote for President Trump.

'A bright spot': Ogden Methodist church shares garden produce with homeless shelter
Deseret News: After a summer of planting, weeding and watering, volunteers from Ogden's First United Methodist Church harvested a collection of fresh produce from its community garden and delivered it to the kitchen at the Lantern House homeless shelter on a recent morning.

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