The CNN Belief Blog posted that he has shared spiritual insights on social media, returned to the pulpit to preach about overcoming obstacles and taken his purpose-driven message to Rwanda, a nation still reeling from a bloody genocide.
But Warren, the bestselling author of "The Purpose Driven Life" and one of the most famous pastors in the United States, hasn't yet spoken to the media about his son's death.
After what the family called a lifelong struggle with mental illness, Matthew Warren, 27, took his life in April.
“In spite of America’s best doctors, meds, counselors, and prayers for healing, the torture of mental illness never subsided,” Warren wrote to staffers at Saddleback Church, his megachurch in Orange County, California.
Then Warren, one of the country's most visible spiritual leaders, disappeared from public view. But not quite.
Not even grief could silence Warren; away from his pulpit, the preacher voiced his anguish and his insights in a stream of Twitter messages and Facebook posts.
Even though Warren has shared his thoughts on Twitter and Facebook, he hasn't answered the questions on many people's minds - questions that Marrapodi hints he may be asked on Monday night:
Resuming his pastoral duties at Saddleback in late July, Warren hinted at his family’s struggles and outlined their new mission.
“We intend to spend the rest of our lives comforting others with the same comfort we have been given from God, through your prayers,” Warren told the large crowds who came to see him preach.
Programming note: Rick and Kay Warren sit down exclusively with CNN’s Piers Morgan on Monday at 9 p.m. ET to talk about the death of their son, and their new mission to raise awareness about mental illness. (CNN.com)