Addressing the food crisis is a matter of political and spiritual will.
Progress on food security issues will only come when we begin to ask the right question and challenge the myths that trap us.
Some of the steps toward creating sane food policies and a living democracy will include:
A Franciscan priest pens a lament from the Imperial County Jail, where he served time for challenging the "terrible frontier" our country has entered: the use of torture.
An innovative program helps prison inmates make a fresh start--and they're not the only ones who benefit. The Prison Entrepreneurship Program also helps churches rethink the way they view justice, prisoners, and redemption.
In the 1880s, Russian Mennonites trekked to Uzbekistan, where they believed Jesus would inaugurate his kingdom. As modern-day researchers look for traces of this apocalyptic group, they find signs of coexistence with Muslims that are healing and hopeful.
It's Ordinary Days, the Miller Time of the liturgical year.
Crazy Talk: A Not-So-Stuffy Dictionary of Theological Terms, by Rolf Jacobson; Renewal: Stories from America's Religious-Environmental Movement; Being Consumed, by William Cavanaugh; and Dare Not Walk Alone, by Jeremy Dean.
Filmmaker Katrina Browne talks about the impetus behind Traces of the Trade.
Politics in the United States, especially in an election year, often seems to be a contest of competing special interests.
Ron Hansen’s Exiles delicately displays the conjoining of the literary with the historical, biographical, philosophical, and even the theological.
Members of a prominent slave-trading family confront the wounds of the past and present.
Real product Our Plastic Home Don't know what to get for the person who bought a lifetime family membership to the Kentucky-based Creation Museum? Try the "Creation Globe" from David C. Cook.
An Exxon gas station in Cedar Park, Texas, was taken over by members of HighPoint Fellowship church on April 27 as part of “Faith in Action” Sunday.
I just subscribed to Sojourners, and in my first issue I was thrilled to read the article “Kitchen-Table Giving” (by Julie Polter, April 2008).
“That same day Jesus went out of the house and sat beside the sea. Such great crowds gathered around him that he got into a boat and sat there, while the whole crowd stood on the beach.
The first U.S. interfaith loan fund to provide support for long-term domestic disaster recovery was launched in New Orleans on May 15.
News and images of the world food crisis have been hard to bear these last few months—skyrocketing food prices have provoked desperate rioting in many countries, including Haiti, Kenya, Mexic
She spoke softly, calmly recounting her pain through a furnace of litanies that helped her hold on to the unbelief
Your focus on faith and finances (May 2008 issue) truly inspired me to ensure my finances are supporting just causes through my giving, banking, and investing alike.