Tough choices are now upon us -- but they must be smart, courageous, and compassionate.
Though the fast ended on Easter, it helped to spark a broad and united movement for a moral budget.
The leadership of both our countries has preferred stability to democracy for a long time.
It's time to end the war in Afghanistan.
Time and again, we heard from President Obama on the campaign trail that Washington was broken and he was running for president to fix it.
In politics there is always a spiritual choice to be made -- a choice between hope and fear.
This fall we saw a disturbing rise in religious intolerance in the U.S.
President Obama announced at the end of August that "the American combat mission in Iraq has ended." Watching the speech and listening to the commentary, I was gripped by a deep sadness.
It’s the largest federal budget in history. President Obama’s 2011 budget totals $3.8 trillion and contains a deficit of $1.3 trillion.
I have written a new book—one I didn’t plan to write, but which emerged as we responded to the economic crisis that has gripped the nation and the world.
In November, Dallas hosted Sojourners’ Justice Revival.
In recent days, people of faith have raised their voices in the health-care reform debate and started talking about moral values.
On a personal, national, and global level, the physical well-being of all God’s children is close to God’s heart and should be close to ours as well.