From welfare reform to overcoming poverty. A strategy for action.
Something new, real, and potentially very important is
happening among several groups of white evangelicals.
During the fall 1996 Call to Renewal tour, we had the opportunity to speak
directly to thousands of people across the country, and to hear their questions
Traveling across the country during the 1996 Presidential campaign, I saw almost no yard signs or bumper stickers with the names of the presidential nominees on them.
I'm beginning this column at about 30,000 feet, en route to Akron, Ohio. We're doing the Who Speaks for God?
I especially remember one visit among many to Sojourners by Henri Nouwen.
In deciding whether or not to sign the Republican welfare bill, Bill Clinton faced the most serious moral test of his presidency.
The spiritual challenge of building a new politics.
If the opening campaign ads from the
Democrats and Republicans are any indication, it could be a
Pat Buchanan and the Religious Right.
When we heard the weather report predicting another snow storm
on its way to Washington, D.C., our hearts sank.
Jean Sindab's life of commitment, prayer, and faithfulness.
After the 1992 riots following the first Rodney King verdict, I joined a delegation of international church leaders to Los Angeles.
Last spring, Sojourners helped to mobilize a broad group of evangelical, pentecostal, black, Catholic, and mainline Protestant leaders to offer a visible alternative to the Religious Right.