Religion News Service: Aaron and Michelle Reyes hoped to lead a multicultural church that operated like a loving family. But conflict has led to allegations of spiritual abuse.
The New York Times: Rituals like graduations and weddings are few and far between for older adults. Some are finding ways to honor their momentous occasions.
The Guardian: Pentecostalism is quietly thriving, with pastors saying churches are helping low-paid workers in crisis.
Christian Century: Sider, a longtime professor at Palmer Theological Seminary, is best known for his 1977 book, “Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger: Moving From Affluence to Generosity,” and for founding Christians for Social Action.
NPR: In 2012, seven members of a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, were killed by an avowed white supremacist. As the community prepares for the anniversary, members describe how they've moved forward.