Sojourners Magazine: June 2022
While some Christians are leading culture-war skirmishes over sex education in schools, others work for a comprehensive approach that goes beyond silence or shame.
On the seventh anniversary of the martyrdom of the Mother Emanuel Nine, we still need to heed the text they were studying that evening.
An Indigenous solar energy project combats fossil fuels and paves the way for a financially vibrant economy.
Moral analysis does not wait for the correct, acceptable, poll-tested moment.
The Mother Emanuel 9 were studying the parable of the sower on the night of the tragic shooting. Seven years later, we have more to learn from this passage.
“We’re not to be the ones spreading fear and division and anger.”
Ordinary people are displaying extraordinary courage using various forms of nonviolent direct action.
What is the tragic and hideous war in Ukraine but the result of changes left too long?
Despite all the ways we have neglected and terrorized the land, she still loves us and rises up to care for us.
She pours into verse her life as an undocumented woman wrestling with race, faith after disillusionment, and the in-between existence of an immigrant.
Turning Red's fuzzy transfiguration is a relatable reminder that everyone's lives contain emotional (and sometimes embarrassing) balancing acts.
Strange bedfellows though they are, there’s something compelling about Solar Power and The Power of the Dog sitting side by side.
All the White Friends I Couldn't Keep teaches readers language, strategies, and habits of nonviolent, anti-racist resistance.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
The new novel Brown Girls explores the ways we return — in flesh, in memory, and in spirit — to the places and people who made us.