Religion News Service: He isn’t the first bishop to leave the United Methodist Church for the fledgling conservative denomination. But his exit has arguably caused the greatest stir.
ProPublica: Despite a history of fraud, one family has thrived in the regulatory no man’s land of health care sharing ministries, where insurance commissioners can’t investigate, federal agencies turn a blind eye and prosecutors reach paltry settlements.
NPR: James Jones is a Black member of the Church of Latter-day Saints who is using his church’s theology to teach anti-racist principles to fellow members.
The New York Times: An ordained minister known as the Vaulting Vicar, he was an Olympic gold medal winner and the first athlete to appear on the front of Wheaties boxes.
Sojourners: As states increase their restrictions of Black history content in schools, Luther Williams thinks the stories and faith of Black scientists can help inspire equity and climate activism.
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