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Source: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | Sojourners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Contact: Michael Mershon

             mmershon@sojo.net

              (202) 745-4654

September 29, 2017

NEW JIM WALLIS AUDIO SHOW DEBUTS

Source: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | Sojourners

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Contacts:  Michael Mershon, Sojourners, (202) 745-4654, mmershon@sojo.net  

                  Chris Ford, Bread for the World, (202) 688-1077, cford@bread.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Jazmine T. Steele, Press Coordinator

               jsteele@sojo.net

               202.681.9766

              Michael Mershon, Director of Advocacy and Communications

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                 

Contact: Michael Mershon

               mmershon@sojo.net

               202-745-4654                                                                           

                                                                                                                                               

July 25, 2017 

STATEMENT BY JIM WALLIS ON HEALTH CARE

God commands us to "not bear false witness" against one another. We must demand no less from our leaders.

Source: Boston Globe | Victoria McGrane

"Warren is well known for her acrid take on Wall Street money power, on the Trump presidency, and on all the forces in American life that, in her view, deny equal opportunity to all. Much less well known is Warren's relationship with God.

"A year or two after her election to the Senate, the Rev. Jim Wallis, president and chief executive of Sojourners, a liberal magazine and Christian social justice movement based in Washington, invited her to address a leadership summit his group hosts every three years. Matthew 25 was the text about which she chose to speak.

Source: Christian Today | Joseph Hartropp

"The march was intended as a faith-based protest against hate crimes and discrimination, held on the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr's March on Washington, in which King made the infamous 'I have a dream speech'. However, the recent white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia – and its political fallout – escalated the import of and interest in the event.​

Source: Religion News Service | Adelle M. Banks

"Wearing stoles, robes and yarmulkes, the particpants proceeded Monday (Aug. 28) on a 1.7-mile route from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to the Justice Department. Organizers estimated close to 3,000 ministers took part, a larger turnout than suggested by the title of the event: 'One Thousand Ministers March for Justice.'

Source: Huffington Post | Jim Wallis

I heard Matthew Dowd say that on “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” this past Sunday. I met Dowd recently. He is a former George W. Bush advisor, and told me he is a Catholic from my hometown of Detroit. He is right. These are indeed about basic choices that are not just political, but moral. It’s time to make some choices.

 

Source: Crux | Dennis Sadowski

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Christian faith leaders pledged anew to build a “circle of protection” around vital social programs identified for deep spending cuts under President Donald Trump’s fiscal year 2018 budget, saying their action is consistent with biblical principles.
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