Religion News Service: The nearly 13,000 messengers left the convention hall not knowing the fate of Saddleback Church, which is appealing its removal from the denomination, or about the future of abuse reforms.
The Guardian: The Archbishop of Canterbury says he would welcome “serious changes” to the church communion “that is 90% global south.”
NPR: “The 272” tells the story of the Church’s history of enslavement in America, while illustrating the consequences by focusing on generations of one family that had several members among those 272 people sold by the Church in 1838.
Christianity Today: Women thought the PCA, with its robust system of governance, might provide some accountability. They found that was not the case.
Associated Press: More than 80% of children in Haiti’s orphanages are considered “poverty orphans.” When parents can’t afford to feed their children, they temporarily place them in orphanages, where they believe they’ll receive better care.