For years, I had fought against the stigmas that dehumanize people with mental illness. Now here I was on the inside.
The faith community can help bring people together on the biggest moral issues of our time, even across old political divisions.
As mainline churches work to find positions on difficult social issues, Westminster John Knox Press recovers a 20th-century prophetic voice.
Regarding “Supreme Illogic: Catholic social teaching and gun control,” by Joe Nangle, OFM (November 2008): Pope John Paul II’s 1994 document by the Holy See’s Pontifical Cou
What with the destruction of the ozone layer, God’s people need some serious eye protection.
I was struck by the letter from Richard Tillinger regarding his love of machine guns (“Misfire?” September-October 2008).
In Brookville, Pennsylvania, a dispute over laws has shaken the otherwise quiet community.
In September, hundreds of churches nationwide joined in Poverty Sunday, part of Sojourners’ Vote Out Poverty campaign, to preach justice for the poor from the pulpit.
Sojourners’ recent interview with novelist Mary Doria Russell (“A Hardheaded Faith,” by Rose Marie Berger, November 2008) leaves me feeling deflated.
Actor Paul Newman, who died in September, founded the only global forum of business CEOs focused on increasing corporate philanthropy.
Who am I to cast light upon the human soul? Sitting down to write peace-verses for mercenary gain, Hunting for poems and hoping against hope that I need not
“Life-Changing Experience” (by Aaron Graham) in the September- October 2008 issue of Sojourners highlights an important part of the journey that we strive to challenge ou
Sojourners' Art Director and resident humor columnist Ed Spivey Jr. takes on the economic crisis, former Lehman Brothers CEO Richard Fuld, and muffins in this month's H'rumphs.
In this excerpt from the book As We Forgive: Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda (Zondervan), we learn of the power of reconciliation as demonstrated in the lives of many Rwandans wh
Jacob Bathanti talks about yearning for peace after seeing his friend struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder after returning from Iraq.
Listen in to our conversation with Emmanuel M. Katongole, a Catholic priest of the Kampala archdiocese in Uganda and co-director of the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School.
Ending online segregation is about using online tools to leverage your social network of friends and contacts in order to advocate for social justice.
Children's literature provides one of the most uplifting, energizing, and soul-freeing pursuits for any child -- or any adult who cares about children.
Listen in as Valerie Weaver-Zercher shares how she avoids "branding" her children while raising them in a label-obsessed world.