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Sojourners Press Items
More than 40 Christian leaders and 40,000 faithful citizens signed a petition declaring that "God is not a Republican...or a Democrat" and that the Religious Right does not speak for them.
The popular evangelical author discusses America, Gandhi, sex, and death.
<i>Sojourners</i> magazine received the gold award (first place) at the annual Folio awards for the Best Religious/Spiritual magazine of 2003. Folio — the national magazine publishers’ trade organization — evaluates each entry "on how well it articulates and adheres to its editorial mission statement.
<i>Sojourners</i> magazine received 13 awards at the Associated Church Press annual convention in Toronto this week including Best in Class for ecumenical magazine. <i>Sojourners</i> received four awards of excellence (first place), four awards of merit (second place), and five honorable mentions.
<i>Spirit of Fire</i>, the latest resource from the editors of Sojourners, examines the intersections of faith, art, and action; creativity and spirituality; artistic expression and the church. The relationship between artists and people of faith has been passionate and often contentious. This art-filled resource explores how these groups can find common ground and common values. It also delves into how art and faith together can catalyze social change.
Hear his thoughts on jubilee economics, capitalism, and the radical implications of the gospel.
Sojourners editor (founding editor of Business 2.0) makes connection between financial self-interest and greed among senior U.S. officials and corporate executives.
Sojourners will gather nationally recognized artists and activists today to explore a new vision for faith and arts in the 21st century.
Social Justice, Faith-Based Magazine Receives 15 Associated Church Press Awards
Two Sojourners employees were arrested in a D.C. protest to stop war on Iraq.