New & Noteworthy: Lesbian Clergy, Harvesting Herbs, and More | Sojourners

New & Noteworthy: Lesbian Clergy, Harvesting Herbs, and More

Three culture recommendations from our editors.
A Korean father and his son stand in a field in rural Arkansas in a scene from Minari. Next to it is the cover of Asha Lemmie's novel 'Fifty Words for Rain'

Love, Home, and Longing

Named after the hardy Korean herb, Minari follows a multigenerational Korean American family as they relocate to rural Arkansas to pursue the elusive “American Dream.” Lee Isaac Chung’s film is a stunning, visceral portrayal of creating roots of one’s own. A24 Films.

Called to Ministry

In Out in the Pulpit: The Lived Experiences of Lesbian Clergy in Four Protestant Mainline Denominations, Pamela Pater-Ennis uses theological and social work frameworks to highlight lesbian clergy, following 13 women as they reconcile their Christianity, gender, and sexuality. LifeRich Publishing.

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The cover of the February 2021 issue features a photo of artist Makoto Fujimura painting a cup.
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