Sojourners Magazine: February 2021
Artist Makoto Fujimura on loving what is broken and the holy work of repair.
A Bible study on Matthew 11.
The civil rights activist talks with Da'Shawn Mosley about technology, history, and finding one's voice.
Simply reversing Trump's more extreme policies will not be enough.
We need bold policies to move forward.
Bacon's Rebellion in 1676 reminds us that the concept of race in America began as a way to ensure domination by the wealthy.
Kirsten Kelly and Rev. Tawana Davis help faith leaders address domestic violence.
The representation, humor, and heart of Netflix's 'Gentefied.'
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
An excerpt from Tiffany Bluhm's 'Prey Tell.'
Dennis C. Dickerson on the legacy of the church's ancestors.
Whiteness strangles the possibilities of dense life together, writes Willie James Jennings.