Wes Granberg-Michaelson is the author of the forthcoming book Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage, as well as From Times Square to Timbuktu: The Post-Christian West Meets the Non-Western Church and Future Faith: Ten Challenges for Reshaping Christianity in the 21st Century (Fortress Press). For 17 years he served as General Secretary of the Reformed Church in America, and has long been active in ecumenical initiatives such as the Global Christian Forum and Christian Churches Together. He’s been associated with the ministry of Sojourners for 40 years. He and his wife Karin now live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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A theology for global sanctification.
Last month a Vietnamese peacemaker and a U.S. Christian entered federal prison to serve 15-year sentences for their efforts to promote U.S.-Vietnamese reconciliation.
At the Dawn of the New Creation
A Theology of the Environment
Whose Right To Live Where?
A report on La Grange II and the Middle East conflict.
The Cost of Renewal
For any church to begin to live a corporate life defined by the kingdom of God means that its patterns, activities, and ways of being will be fundamentally transformed and renewed.
Forced Glimpse into Brazil's Jails
One of Rosalyn Carter’s goals in her recent trip to Latin America was to improve relations with
Carter's Energy Plan: Conserving the American Way
President Carter’s energy policy, his first major domestic policy initiative, has received a rocky reception in the Congress.
Human Rights: A Surer Standard
The rhetoric of human rights and morality has dominated the first two months of the Carter Administration’s foreign policy.
“The establishment of the modern state of Israel is the fulfillment of biblical prophecy,” according to Jimmy Carter, President of the United States.
Curiouser and Curiouser Bomb Logic
I was two months old when my country killed at least 150,000 people in Japan with the atomic bomb.
Crucible of Community
A dialogue on Sojourners' shaping.
Persecution visited upon the Body
The church sends up a grim litany of repression.
Interview with Dorothy Day
Exalting Those of Low Degree
Encountering Dorothy Day
From her earliest years, Dorothy Day has believed that the place for people to be is on the barricades. She has been there with them.
Catholic Worker Hospitality Houses
Vietnam-the Postwar Plight of a People
Devastated Farms and Families Cope with Peace
Liberating the Church
There is, quite plainly, a capitalist captivity of the American church.
Suffering with the Victims
“Remember those in prison as if you were there with them; and those who are being maltreated, for you like them are still in the world” (Hebrews 13:3).
Interview with Fred Morris: An Experience of Torture in Brazil
Fred Morris went to Brazil in 1964 as a missionary of the United Methodist Church and served for nearly five years in southern Brazil near Rio de Janeiro.
Is the Holy Wholly Gone?