In missionary hands, the gospel was too often a bludgeon used to divide and conquer Native communities. Today, Indigenous theologians are finding redemptive power in that very same gospel.
Today, Canadian companies account for 75 percent of mining worldwide, and their practices are rife with abuse.
Does our theology have anything to say to African-American gang girls? It should.
Early Pentecostal denominations, including the Assemblies of God, opposed war and supported peacemaking. What happened to this peace legacy?
Gold and silver mines in Guatemala are wreaking havoc on local communities. But the people, using nonviolent Christian action, are fighting back.
What works, what doesn’t, and how best to frame the conversation.
We are all neighbors now, whether we like it or not.
Carol Roth, a staff leader with Native Mennonite Ministries, connects Native Mennonites with the broader Mennonite church.
Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Spiritual Life by Nancy Koester / Blood Brother by Steve Hoover / The Nonviolent Life by John Dear / Introduction to First Nations Ministry by Cheryl Bear-Barnetson
Birmingham Revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Epic Challenge to the Church. IVP Books.
The e-book, the next big thing that was supposed to kill off the local bookstore, may have peaked.
U.S. cinema has been an enforcer of our racialized imagination -- but that’s changing.
The Coens realize that sometimes, of course, comedy is bleak. But the point of gargoyles is to remind us that sacred and profane coexist.
What a breath of fresh air! I work for a domestic violence agency, and it is often so hard to combat the societal misnomers that tend to seep into so many pockets of our communities, including churches. Not only did Michelle D.
Sometimes even we— / pierced with arrow-words, with brassy / cacophonies of slurs—stand in calm.
I am so thankful for Walter Brueggemann’s words about hope in “Vanquishing the Kingdom of Despair” (December 2013).
Carol Roth offers support, resources, and ministry to Native Mennonites and their conferences.
In La Puya, Guatemala, Christian community members are nonviolently standing up against gold and silver mining companies.
As the federal minimum wage stagnates at $7.25 an hour, many states have taken the lead to raise wages on their own. Where does your state stand?
If you think it’s impossible to change evangelicals’ views on climate change, think again.
Sojourners' online calendar features an image and prayer from various tribes around North and Central America that reflect an Indigenous understanding of God.