Sojourners Magazine: April 2023
Wrestling with the complicated legacy of Christians and international adoption.
Birth families and cultures are at the center of an emerging theology of family.
“The Earth can't afford more black belts in shopping and using things up.”
God's vision for society, as spelled out in the biblical story, is about thriving — not just surviving.
How the “steady-state economics” movement is challenging the gospel of unlimited expansion.
Scripture's view of a God-centered economy is at odds with the competitive system of acquisition and consumption known as capitalism.
Abundance is less about how much we have and more about how much we share.
The fossil fuel industry doesn't want you to know about alternatives to gas stoves.
‘It's beautiful that what is celebrated in the church is in symphony with what people see around themselves.’
The Spider Killings happened more than 20 years ago, but the attitudes that enabled those murders remain frighteningly prevalent.
When the things of the past crowd out the present, how do we let go and hold on to what matters most?
If we're serious about fighting climate change by rebuilding soil carbon, we have to address the colonialist systems in which we live.
Lyvonne Briggs' Sensual Faith brings our bodies into the light of God.
Emily Stoddard's Divination with a Human Heart Attached looks for God throughout nature and from within.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
You'll need 100 percent real wild honey. Only the best will do for our Lord.
The Amendment that Refuses to Die
2023 marks 100 years of the Equal Rights Amendment. It's still in legal limbo — and Christians can help bring it to life.
No Room in the Inn? Go Straight to Jail
Churches beware: Big bucks are funding bad state-level homelessness policy.