Associated Press: A woman’s motive for opening fire in celebrity pastor Joel Osteen’s megachurch was unclear Monday, a day after the shooting sent worshippers rushing for safety in between busy services.
Religion News Service: Blackaby turned his experiences reviving a dying church into a spiritual bestseller.
The Atlantic: Rabbis are in short supply, and congregations are struggling. But Jewish life is still thriving.
NPR: The city of Bryan, Ohio, has dropped all charges against a local pastor who was allowing homeless people to sleep inside his church without the city’s permission.
The New York Times: A response to the intensifying confrontation over border security and immigration between the Biden administration and the Texas governor, Greg Abbott, a rally at the border last Saturday featured an unexpected blend of political anger and religious ardor.