Inside Story

The Editors 11-01-1996

When a beloved person dies abruptly, first the bad news flies, short and rending.

The Editors 9-01-1996
In what is surely a first for Sojourners, this issue prominently features the words and thoughts of not just one, but two U.S.
The Editors 7-01-1996
Washington, D.C., is a town with more than its share of vigils, marches, and demonstrations.
The Editors 7-01-1996

Washington, D.C., is a town with more than its share of vigils, marches, and demonstrations.

The Editors 5-01-1996
SEVERAL OF the artists who wrote for our forum on the creative vocation touched on the fact that art, like faith, is hard work as well as sweet inspiration.
The Editors 3-01-1996
OUR COVER ARTICLE, "Is Marriage Obsolete?," by Elizabeth McAlister, has its origins in one of those "highway" conversations, where you dig into the stuff of life while rolling over the interstate.
The Editors 3-01-1996

OUR COVER ARTICLE, "Is Marriage Obsolete?" has its origins in one of those "highway" conversations, where you dig into the stuff of life while rolling over the interstate.

The Editors 1-01-1996

THE AUTHORS OF OUR cover article, "Can We Talk?," Andrea Ayvazian and Beverly Daniel Tatum, have worked together as anti-racism trainers and consultants since 1988...

The Editors 11-01-1995
You can get so used to seeing something that you forget to question why it is there. This is often the case with the role of money in the American political system.
The Editors 9-01-1995
It is nice to know that the human touch is not totally obsolete.
The Editors 7-01-1995

A requirement for working at Sojourners is learning how to survive "multitasking." 

The Editors 7-01-1995

A requirement for working at Sojourners is learning how to survive "multitasking."

The Editors 5-01-1995
Both the consistent life ethic and biblical feminism are foundational principles for Sojourners.
Sojourners 5-01-1995

Both the consistent life ethic and biblical feminism are foundational principles for Sojourners.

The Editors 3-01-1995
What do you do when viciously expressed political views begin to drown out the good news?
Sojourners 3-01-1995

What do you do when viciously expressed political views begin to drown out the good news?

The Editors 12-01-1994
When in doubt, have a party. Our editor, Jim Wallis, spent October on the road doing a promotional tour for his new book, The Soul of Politics.
The Editors 11-01-1994

An ad hoc group of Sojourners staffers in their 20s spent many long afternoon meetings brainstorming, arguing, shuffling through essays, and wrangling toward consensus to produce our cover feature...

The Editors 9-01-1994
Every so often, movements and communities, churches and societies (and individuals), need to pause and assess who they are and how to move forward. Hard questions must be asked.
The Editors 8-01-1994
To sustain is not just to prolong something beyond its time.

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