• Olive Branch. In April, 120 former Israel Defense Force soldiers and Palestinian militants publicly launched “Combatants for Peace,” a partnership of former enem
Protesters holding an American flag join thousands of people during an immigration rally at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., in April.
World Peace. A new Internet service provider, Peacenik.co.uk, will raise money for peacemakers working in conflict zones around the world.
Many pentecostals trace their spiritual heritage to the Azusa Street revival.
Rodell and Dale Scarabin and their children outside their makeshift house in Venice, Louisiana, in January, following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
In February, 86 evangelical leaders declared climate change a Christian priority and lent their support to political initiatives to fight global warming, saying “The earth’s natural s
•Dish it Up. The employees of Windows on the World restaurant, which was destroyed in the Sept.
More than 100 Palestinians from the village of At-Tuwani, including these children, attended a vigil in December for four members of the Christian Peacemaker Teams.
A dozen years after Ruben Cantu was executed by the state of Texas for capital murder, the only witness to Cantu’s alleged crime came forward in November to recant his testimony, saying Ca
• Golden Deal. McDonald’s will sell fair trade coffee in more than 650 of its restaurants in the northeastern United States.
Members of Women’s Will, an Iraqi human rights organization, demonstrate outside the Ministry of Human Rights in Baghdad for better treatment of prisoners.
JPII Double. Actor Jon Voight plays the title role in the new CBS miniseries Pope John Paul II.
The arrest slip identified my 'property' as a Bible, a set of keys, and shoelaces.
Through work we not only transform the world, we are transformed ourselves.
An Indigo Girl - and dad - talk about music as the mediator between God and our souls.
Music Man. Elmer Maas, 69, a musician, philosopher, civil rights worker, and one of the founders of the Plowshares anti-nuclear movement, died May 7 in Connecticut.
An interview with South Africa's Anglican Archbishop Njonkulu Ndungane on Oprah, AIDS, and how Christians are battling international debt.
German Theologian Ulrich Duchrow tells how a visit to an African slave castle - and the movement of the Spirit - created a "transforming moment" for Reformed Christians.
Uncut Sojourners interview with Desmond Tutu's successor, South African Archbishop Njonkulu Ndungane.