Sojourners is an international network of folks just like you who strive to put their faith in action in practical, transformative ways. Seekers and skeptics, students and teachers, pastors and ministers, parents and prophets, young and old, and in between — all are welcome. Find out how you can connect, learn, grow, and take steps to transform the world together. Below you'll find a list of our active campaigns — click each one to find out about news, actions, events, and how to connect!

Sojourners is living out the biblical call of stewardship by working with a diverse group of partners to educate Christians about the need to reverse climate change, advance policies that prioritize clean air and water, and promote individual and legislative actions that support efficient, sustainable, and renewable energy sources. 

Sojourners is articulating the biblical witness for immigration reform and encouraging our political leaders to take action. By working together in partnership, we believe the faith community has a historic opportunity to help create a road map to citizenship for 11 million aspiring Americans.

Our world struggles to resolve conflicts, reduce violence, and defeat terrorism without preemptive war. War has too often become the first choice instead of the last resort. In a time of terrorists, terrorist states, unilateralist superpowers, and weapons of mass destruction, we desperately need alternatives to an endless cycle of violence. Sojourners articulates the prophetic call to peace and helps Christians engage their political leaders to seek alternatives to war.

Christians are called to care for the poor and vulnerable. Our concern for the least among us follows directly from our faith. It is at the very heart of the Gospel. Our leaders often ignore the voices of those living in poverty. Wealthy special interests, large corporations, and those with political power influence the system for their own gain. Sojourners seeks to lift up those who aren’t being heard to create a world where justice can roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.

We recognize the image of God in all people, and we seek to increase opportunities for everyone to access the resources they need to live in sufficiency and dignity, rather than scarcity and oppression. Racism, privilege, and injustice are sins, and they cripple the image of God in human beings. Salvation and justice restore it.

Women are made in God’s image and likeness. When Christians embrace this as a core tenet of faith, we can model the human family as God created it to be. All Christians — regardless of gender — are called by God to exercise their gifts with equal authority and equal responsibility.