December 2010 Sojourners Magazine
Unto Us a Child is Given
Why is it such a fight to have a 'natural' childbirth?
By Susan Windley-Daoust
Why I'm Becoming a Doula
Discovering the call to 'mother the mothers.
By Kierra Jackson
How a resurgent movement is taking birth back from the medical establishment.
By Shafia M. Monroe
A reluctant uncle witnesses the home birth of his nephew.
By Matt Hildreth
Confronting The Powers
Walter Wink and June Keener Wink on creativity, justice, and living with ongoing loss.
An interview by Steve Holt
On the Potter's Wheel
What's it like to be almost human? Reflections on Jeremiah 18.
By N. Gordon Cosby
Simple Living Becomes Sexy
In an age of 'eco-awakenings,' the vision of 'more with less' abides.
By Valerie Weaver-Zercher
Reviews: Say God; The Future Church
Interview: Budrus director Julia Bacha
Eyes & Ears: What's Wrong with Privatizing the Internet?
by Danny Duncan Collum
On Film: Are We Found Yet?
By Gareth Higgens
Advent in a Crumbling Empire
The season's real message isn't pretty, but it is powerful.
By Shelley Douglass
The Right to Refuse to Bear Arms
A growing movement of veterans promotes selective conscientious objection.
By Logan Mehl-Laituri
Could You Use $800 Billion?
Why tax cuts for the super-rich are costly and immoral.
By Heather Boushey and Michael Linden
Hearts & Minds: A Test of Character
By Jim Wallis
Global Engagement: Jesus' Best Work
By Lynne Hybels
Bridges: Better Together
By Eboo Patel
H'rumphs: Nothing to See Here...
By Ed Spivey Jr.
| The Low Road | Security vs. Selfishness | Power to the People | Voices from the South? |
Poetry: The Way to Cold Mountain
by Temple Cone
Short Takes: Questions for Ian Danley
Interview by Elizabeth Palmberg
Living the Word:Have You Heard the Good News?
by Walter Bruggemann