Sojourners Magazine: June 2020
“We are your people, God, giving and loving, for as long as it takes.”
How rural organizers are building change in their communities by focusing on what politicians ignore: relationships.
Revealing the false gods in our public spaces.
What the Bible's liberating word means to those most oppressed by the South Asian caste system.
It’s critical that—even as we stand apart from each other for our physical health—we find new ways to stand together.
Our politics cannot be unaffected by the truths uncovered by the pandemic.
A global review will render judgment on Trump’s appalling record.
My Chinese church was a life raft, but talking about sex was shameful.
Growing up, I saw Martin Luther King Jr. as an eternal optimist.
What my grandmother's pots of rue and aloe are teaching me during the pandemic.
Interfaith dialogue must include Indigenous belief systems too.
Julia Alvarez on (mis)understanding the spiritual practice of centering prayer.
In her film, Kirsten Johnson wrestles with her father's diagnosis and eventual death.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Facing myself in truth, without attempting to display a self devoid of flaws, rough edges, and woundedness.
A review of The Myth of the American Dream: Reflections on Affluence, Autonomy, Safety, and Power, by D.L. Mayfield.
An excerpt from I Am Not Your Enemy: Stories to Transform a Divided World.
Poetry by Catherine de Vinck.
What World is Possible After the Pandemic?
The coronavirus has forced a global sabbath. Will it also lead to a global Jubilee?