The Coup-o-meter is sticking around, just in case.

Lead Stories

A longing for "normal" holidays could rob us of experiencing true gratitude.

Resettlement agencies plan to hold Biden to his promise of admitting 125,000 refugees annually.

Trump has singled out majority-Black cities like Detroit, falsely claiming that they have rigged the election against him.

Jim Wallis

Yesterday our nation saw 144,000 new COVID-19 cases, a staggering and heart- wrenching number, particularly as our nation tries to turn a corner after such a bruising election. While we both felt an overwhelming sense of relief and hope when news broke Saturday that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were declared winners of the election, events of the past few days show that this continues to be a season for fervent prayer, vigilance, and, if necessary, faithful action.

Jim Wallis
Founder and Ambassador
Jim Wallis is a New York Times bestselling author, public theologian, speaker, and international commentator on ethics and public life.
Current Issue:
December 2020

Sojourners Magazine

As told to Sojourners.
Churches can learn a lot from the Progressive Era.
On Film
Chilean filmmaker Maite Alberdi's documentary is refreshingly uncomplicated in its call to compassion.

The holidays are here, and this year, we all need some comfort and joy! Look no further than the gifts below, which will help you and your loved ones pray for peace, work for justice, and grow in love—without compromising your values.


Dr. Frederick D. Haynes III, senior pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, offers a sermon on the prophetic witness of the church ahead of the 2020 election.


"To be an antiracist church is not a political statement, it is a deeply theological Christian statement."