Sojourners: “I have one conviction from the past eight years that I will try to act on this year: I will be bold from the pulpit, but I will not allow the worship experience to revolve around what is happening in Washington, D.C.”
Rolling Stone: The Hobby Lobby family emerges as the driving force behind the group running ads about Jesus during the Super Bowl.
National Catholic Reporter: More than a Hail Mary pass: Prayer app’s ad aims to bring devotion to Super Bowl
Religion Unplugged: “For some people, it could be a little confusing,” the Rev. John Gordon of the Archdiocese of Newark said when the same thing happened six years ago. “Do I fast, or do I eat my chocolate?”
Religion News Service: “You’re not going to solve anything at the border when you start from the premise that migration is a threat to our country or that migrants are people to be feared,” said Dylan Corbett, executive director of Hope Border Institute.
Christianity Today: Learning about the land of Pharaoh helps us understand the people of Israel in their context.