Sojourners Magazine: January 2013
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Jim Wallis interviews Richard Viguerie, a law-and-order conservative, on the death penalty and prison reform.
A small congregation in Kentucky demonstrates how your church may have more money—and power—than you think.
Your congregation—large or small—has more to invest than you might expect.
The new Louisville Loan Club is a way to protect people from the shark pool of payday lenders.
Big Money's corrupting influence on the elections is way out of hand. Here's how to fix it.
We should honor slain diplomats by keeping the flame of diplomacy alive.
The U.S. should repent of seeing guns as sacred; sane laws would be a start.
May God cause us to cry out to those mountains of injustice, "Oh freedom!"
Attitudes toward capital punishment are changing, including among conservatives.
Three of the best films of the year: Samsara, Looper, and Seven Psychopaths
Betsy Shirley talks to author Francisco X. Stork about helping young adults ask the hard questions.
Adapted from "Women as Compassionate Champions: The Doers and the Leaders," by Nyambura J. Njorage, in "Women, HIV, and the Church: In Search of Refuge"
"The Catonsville Nine: A Story of Faith and Resistance in the Vietnam Era," Oxford University Press
Kelvin Hazangwi, executive director: Padare/Enkundleni Men's Forum on Gender in Harare, Zimbabwe