Sojourners Magazine: December 2023
Advent is often a busy time for Christians as we prepare for the commemoration of Jesus’ birth. But the nativity story is replete with theological, familial, and political lessons about rest. How can we intentionally slow down this holiday season, in hopes of yielding the fruits of rest?
“All of us who come here need something.”
Christian ministries and other organizations are helping teen parents carve out a space where they can be ‘fully mom and fully teenager.’
How Georgia’s attorney general indicted Stop Cop City protesters using RICO laws.
There are antidotes to moral exhaustion in a world of complex injustice.
After a decade-long fight, they won.
The sort of preparedness that money and stockpiles can’t buy.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Hiking to the end of an age.
Good Omens revisits the story of Job, making it come alive in new ways with humor and new characters.
In The Country of the Blind, Andrew Leland reflects on the false binaries of blindness and sightedness.
Amanda Held Opelt's new book explores the lost rituals of grief.
Reckoning With Power by David E. Fitch invites us to reframe how we think about power structures within the church.