March 2014 Sojourners Magazine (Downloadable PDF)
Reclaiming the Word
Indigenous theologians find power in the same gospel that Western missionaries used to divide and conquer.
by Terry LeBlanc
The Thorn Tree Resistance
As mining corporations wreak havoc in Guatemala, local communities are fighting back.
by Emilie Teresa Smith Cynthia Bourgeault
The Gospel According to George McGovern
The peacemaking bomber pilot offers a model political vision for young Christians today.
by Robert G. Duffett
The Hidden History of Pentecostal Pacifism
Early pentecostal denominations opposed war. What happened to this peace legacy?
by Paul Alexander
Taking It to the Streets
Does our theology have anything to say to African-American gang girls? It should.
by Charita Ford
Otis Moss III on race and the movies
Reviews: City of God; Birmingham Revolution; books by William Stafford
Eyes & Ears
by Danny Duncan Collum
by Gareth Higgins
Affordable Care Act
Talking climate change
Hearts & Minds
by Jim Wallis
by Eboo Patel
The Hungry Spirit
by Rose Marie Berger
by Ed Spivey Jr.
Living the Word
by Joy J. Moore