We began work on this issue in autumn, an especially strange and fearful autumn around our Washington, D.C. home.
Saddam Hussein with nuclear weapons would be a real threat.
'Nonviolent resistance isn't about making a point, it's about taking power."
Even many people who believe deeply in nonviolence might be taken aback by the bluntness of such a statement.
We are an ecumenical publication (with nearly as many denominational and nondenominational affiliations floating around as we have staff people).
It might seem that "globalization" didn't exist before the widely publicized protests in Seattle during the November 1999 WTO meetings.
At times we've discussed running articles on "pastoring in boom and bust"
The times are strange and uncertain. So we are responding the same way we would at any other time: By searching our souls, with the assistance of Kathleen Norris and Richard Rohr, OFM.
Like the rest of America, we were dazed and shattered by the events of Tuesday morning, Sept. 11.
Sojourners board meetings are important to those of us on staff for a number of reasons.
Winter brought far-flung trips for Sojourners staffers. Rose Marie Berger traveled to Colombia with Witness for Peace to learn about the front lines of the drug war there.
The best art bears truth-personal, communal, or both.
We've "renovated" [our print version] and you're invited to check out every nook and cranny. We are excited about the colorful new presentation, fresh layout, and debut offerings.
Full disclosure must be made: Cheryl and Ralph Broetje once sent us a box of apples
after a visit to our office.
A rag-tag movement of churches, development organizations, and trade unions...