Sojourners Magazine: February/March 2023
Charismatic leaders such as Jean Vanier can inspire and transform us. But when these leaders commit abuse, how do the movements they ignite pick up the pieces?
The killing of a renowned Palestinian American journalist shines a light on Israeli military practices in the Occupied Territories.
If you listen to the album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill with an open heart and fresh ears, I believe that you will encounter God in new ways.
While countermeasures will attempt to keep Title 42 in place, we have witnessed the power of advocates to effectively hold our government accountable.
Three ways people of faith can advocate for a nuclear-free world.
‘On earth as it is in Wakanda’ can be made flesh in our world today.
An unsettled, restless, disquiet mind is as old as humanity — and makes it hard to meet God.
Animals are not only an important part of creation but also in people's lives. How the church can play a more holistic role in helping animals and pet guardians.
These movies ‘shish-kebab’ the rich — and whet our appetites for a more inclusive and righteous banquet.
A TV show about a fictional strip club shows us that the presence of God resides in everyone and works everywhere.
Little Amal has traversed more than 5,500 miles to share a poignant plea: “Don't forget about us.”
Kendall Vanderslice reminds us in By Bread Alone that the simple act of sharing meals and breaking bread is a profound means to understand God's ways.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Grace Can Lead Us Home argues that a merit-based model for providing housing is the opposite of God's given grace.