Whenever I read Luke’s account of the presentation of the infant Jesus in the temple (Luke 2:25-38), I always picture a late afternoon in winter. Nature has slowed down. The day is dying.
Taking a regional approach, "equitable development" aims to lift people out of poverty - and into opportunity.
The difficulty - and necessity - of finding a middle ground on stem cells.
Someone foolishly suggested I should actually play in public.
One of the opening scenes in Angels in the Dust shows waking children, some two to a bed, others with cats curled up beside them, greeting what looks like a chilly day in South Africa.
Barrios Unidos isn’t what most people would think of when they hear the phrase “faith-based organization.” Even though it’s not aligned with any church or traditional religi
Ride the Curl Jesus is cool again! He rides a motorcycle, plays soccer and football, enjoys the occasional rodeo—plus, he surfs!
December 1 is World AIDS Day. Worldwide, 15 million children have lost one or both parents to the AIDS pandemic; in Zimbabwe, one in five children are orphans.
Sojourners magazine was recommended to me by my brother-in-law, so I sent away for a free trial issue.
In June, a predominantly African-American Christian church took the innovative step of hosting a day laborers’ hiring site in one of its worship rooms.
Thousands of protesters marched through Jena, Louisiana, on Sept.
My breath pluming white into December could, to God, be incense rising out of the puffing thurible of my body. Up here, it’s impossible to tell for the fog