Kimberly Burge

Kimberly Burge is a Sojourners contributing writer and author of The Born Frees: Writing with the Girls of Gugulethu, about girls growing up in post-apartheid South Africa, which will be published in August. 

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Word Become Fresh

by Kimberly Burge 11-01-2007

Finding God in theater.

Bearing Witness

by Kimberly Burge 08-01-2007
A journalist's portrait of a pandemic.

The Music of Loss

by Kimberly Burge 07-01-2007

Lucinda Williams' singing voice inhabits at least a dozen personalities, sometimes within one song.

Food First

by Kimberly Burge 02-01-2007
An uphill battle looms on the farm bill.

Bringing Down the Holy Spirit

by Kimberly Burge 10-01-2004
Sacred Singing, rooted in comunity and place

Johnny Cash Goes Home

by Kimberly Burge 01-01-2004

One last time, the Man in Black brings his music, and love, to the Carter Family Fold.

'Christ-Haunted' Journeys

by Kimberly Burge 09-01-2003

"A pilgrimage is a journey undertaken in the light of a story.

Altar Call

by Kimberly Burge 07-01-2003

Bob Dylan's songs are born again.

What Words Cannot Capture

by Kimberly Burge 01-01-2002
Artists speak the language of the heart.

The God Whisperer

by Kimberly Burge, by Aimee Moiso 11-01-2001
It's about truth. And listening. An interview with musician David Wilcox.

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