There are new voices on religion and politics — and they’re coming from the Democratic, and not the Republican side.

Discernment. That is what is most needed in a week of news like this one.

White power terrorist killings are on the rise in America and around the world, and our leaders are not showing any intent to address them.

The midterms spurred new discussions on healthcare and climate change. Now, we must act.

This precarious national situation requires a season of prayer, fasting, humility, and repentance.

That split shows, painfully, that the church is no better place to heal division than anywhere else in our culture.

Words from Minnesota’s Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, the highest-ranking Indigenous woman ever elected to a state’s executive office.

Prayer and fasting prepares us for action; prayer and fasting are actions in themselves.

The real state of the union was shown elsewhere this past week.

Let us first be thankful, then ask what is next.

The U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia is only the most recent of a long list of deadly alliances.

Sojourners is collecting and delivering your prayers to your senators and to McConnell in person here in Washington, D.C.

In the face of Donald Trump’s lies, we must continue to stand up for the truth.

Many of us faith leaders believe a constitutional crisis is coming in 2019.

“Do not be afraid” is the most often repeated command in the Bible.

America still has a choice to make: Will we be a racist nation going forward?

The faith leaders at the border this weekend will lift biblical morality instead of defiling it.

This week is revealing an inescapable contrast between personal and public values and practice by a passing president and the ruling one.

This bill is aptly named as the First Step Act.

The contrast between how Indigenous people welcomed and aided migrants to their shores and the way President Trump and his allies talked about asylum seekers could not be more striking.