There's liberating, countercultural potential when the black church and Anabaptist traditions meet.
From "modest is hottest" to misreading sexual violence in the Bible, Christians have a checkered history regarding rape culture.
Fifty years of bloody conflict, economic greed, and environmental devastation.
Churches on the U.S.-Mexico border are making a statement about immigration--by working together to meet humanitarian need.
Canadians are supposed to be the good guys in the story. Well, not anymore.
The 2016 election is an oppourtunity for a new dialouge on eliminating extreme poverty, at home and abroad.
...like the Koch brothers, who have really nice bootstraps.
We're like the bad babysitter who takes the 2-year-old out for a tattoo and some piercings.
Remnants: A Memoir of Spirit, Activism, and Mothering by Rosemarie Freeney Harding
You wouldn't know it from the headlines, but things are getting better.
Peaceful Neighbor: Discovering the Countercultural Mister Rogers by Michael G. Long / The Mask You Live In by Representation Project / Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path to Peace by Patricia Raybon / Leave Some Things Behind by the Steel Wheels
The extraordinary film Leviathan takes place in a tiny coastal town on the other side of the world, but it relates to all our dreams and fears.
One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America, by Kevin Kruse
Singer-songwriter Angaleena Presley paints a heartbreaking picture of what Appalachia has become.
You hear a voice speaking about a bird dragging its dark universe of feathers across your yard, and you realize it must be you
Thank you for Ryan Rodrick Beiler’s “Pro-Israeli, Pro-Palestinian, Pro-Jesus” (March 2015).
Thank you for publishing David P. Gushee’s “Tackling the Hard Questions” (January 2015).
In “A History of (Non)Violence” (March 2015), Lisa Sharon Harper provides important insights into how the word “violence” is sometimes misused. She’s right.
In recognition of National Poetry Month’s “Poetry in Our Pocket Day,” and in celebration of Sojourners’ historical love of poetry, our staff selected some favorite poems below.