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Sojourners Press Items
03/28/2008
Watch the promotional video for the Columbus Justice Revivals, a three night revival event in Columbus, Ohio from April 16-18, 2008. Make poverty history with local Columbus churches and Sojourners.
03/18/2008
Jim Wallis, progressive evangelical leader, author of The Great Awakening and founder of Sojourners, the largest network of progressive Christians in the United States, wrote in his blog in response to controversial statements from Pastor Jeremiah Wright's of Trinity Church in Chicago.
03/07/2008
Sojourners joined the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and Faith and Public Life in conducting a post-election poll in Ohio to demonstrate that self-described evangelicals are not an ideologically monolithic voting bloc, and are more diverse in their views than the media assumes.
01/23/2008
This major shift in the evangelical moral agenda was echoed by a panel of seven leading evangelicals during a live discussion hosted today by Sojourners, Beliefnet and the National Association of Evangelicals in Washington, D.C.
01/22/2008
Jim Wallis talks about his latest book, "The Great Awakening", and why he wrote it.
01/16/2008
An interactive panel discussion with evangelical leaders on the significant yet very different role that religion is playing in this presidential election compared to that of 2004.
01/09/2008
Jim Wallis, progressive evangelical leader and founder of Sojourners, the largest network of progressive Christians in the United States, today issued commentary on the New Hampshire primary election results on his blog, God's Politics:
12/20/2007
Bill Talen (Rev. Billy) Speaks to SOJOURNERS about his latest film, "What Would Jesus Buy"
11/19/2007
Thousands gathered at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia for the Vigil and the Nonviolent Direct Action to Close the School of the Americas (SOA/WHINSEC) and to end the racist system of violence and domination that the SOA represents. Sojourners interns gathered footage and interviews.
11/14/2007
Rev. Jim Wallis and other key faith leaders call for compassionate dialogue on immigration before the Thanksgiving holiday.