Rolex Christians

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I was running low on energy this week, so I refueled with some quirky articles and news roundups. I was inspired by events like the National Day of Prayer and Holocaust Remembrance Day, as well as a great blog about why pastors often leave their offices to go serve in the world.

My favorite writing adventure involved emailing insightful folks I’ve worked with in the past and asking them to tell me their favorite prayer stories. The whole project was completed in less than 24 hours, but it was as meaningful as articles that take me three weeks.

Next week, I hope my calendar will be filled once again with interviews. But I enjoyed having extra time to read and think!


USCIRF calls for government to resettle 100,000 Syrian refugees

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, many worry about violence against religious minorities

Here’s why pastors might be missing from their offices

6 powerful prayer stories for the National Day of Prayer


Who owns a pastor’s body?, Sojourners

A laboratory for interfaith studies in Pennsylvania Dutch country, The New York Times

Is the ‘spiritual’ experience of SoulCycle sacred or inane?, Chicago Reader

Bob McDonnell and the Rolex Christians, Garrison Keillor


I’m amused that Washington National Cathedral took the time and energy to create this gem.



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