Sojourners Magazine: September/October 2023
Healing from religious harm: Why compassionate community is part of the journey.
The Seneca Nation works to heal the wounds inflicted by a Presbyterian-run residential school.
Author and activist Heather McTeer Toney on why we shouldn’t be surprised by that.
The witness of the writer of “Awesome God” still challenges white evangelicals.
A meditation on what it means to stand up to institutional abuse without allowing the violence of the church to poison our own spirits.
In the famed feminist art installation, Sophia stands as a cross-cultural symbol of a female God.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Pregnant While Black considers how and why Black mothers in the U.S. are dying.
The author of “Good Bones” teaches us to change direction, create a new path, and let the light in.