Mockingbird: After a few years of devastating blows or tiny, constant cuts, what remains at the bottom of your well?
Salon: Alito's opinion overturning Roe is literally built on fake history — and a sneak attack on the First Amendment, writes David Boyle.
Baptist News Global: New Baylor study finds pastors not as well trained in trauma care as they need to be
Church Leaders: There is still a desire and hunger for religious thought and exploration, but religious figures must exude authenticity for young people to give any credence to their teachings.
Crux: Youth want community, safe spaces in church, council members tell pope
Christian Century: Like many bicultural kids, I grew up wishing for a world spacious enough to accommodate all of me: the American me, the Indian me, the conflicted me. Nowadays, I wonder if God wants coherence, too, writes Debi Thomas.
Crux: After the spate of Russian bombings in various cities across Ukraine Monday, church leaders in the country have called for peace and international support, but said the people are more determined than ever.
Memphis Flyer: “We’re not just going to make history on November 8th. We’re going to change lives.”
PBS: On the ballot this November are several high-profile Republican candidates who are embracing Christian nationalist ideals.
Religion News Service: A major ad campaign for Jesus will expand in the months leading up to the Super Bowl. The He Gets Us campaign hopes to rescue the message of Jesus from the misdeeds of Christians.
NPR: The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Dylann Roof, who challenged his death sentence and conviction in the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of a Black South Carolina congregation.