Godbeat pros are meeting in the D.C. area.
By Bobby Ross Jr. | Religion Unplugged
BETHESDA, Md. — Greetings from just outside the nation’s capital.
The Religion News Association’s annual meeting started Thursday, and I’m enjoying the opportunity to connect with old friends and make new ones.
I attended my first RNA conference in Nashville, Tennessee, in the fall of 2002, just a few months after joining The Associated Press in that same city. I met the late, great Rachel Zoll — then one of AP’s two national religion writers along with the legendary Richard Ostling — at that meeting. What a blessing!
We’ll stick with the RNA theme as we jump into the best reads and top headlines in the world of faith.
This column appears in the online magazine Religion Unplugged.