Sojourners Magazine: May 2023
In a post-Roe world, simple answers aren't enough.
While many lawmakers deny the intricacies of reproductive health, most people in the U.S. hold more nuanced views.
To affirm the value of Black life requires the possibility for Black life beyond survival: life that is rich and creative, flourishing.
An interview with translator Carmen Acevedo Butcher on the relatable monk who meets God over an omelet.
The church could be a game changer in ensuring that every child in the U.S. is able to get the best start in life.
Despite the seemingly insurmountable reality of racial injustice, we must remember that God is love.
In a post-Roe world, we need to imagine easier access and greater services for pregnancy and childbirth — no strings attached.
It remains vital for clergy and congregants to foster church spaces that practice a form of healing justice.
Atlanta's police department plans to construct a massive training facility for its force by razing a forest, and Georgians ain't having it.
And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow reminds us that the answer to empire is never more empire.
Art of Marza blends Orthodox iconography and street art to bring hope and beauty to public spaces.
Will this Netflix drama rank among the best TV comedies of all time?
Daring Adventures is a beacon of hope for transgender and nonbinary youth — and their families.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Vija Celmins' lithographs inspire us to live out a posture poised for awe.
What People of Faith Should Know About the Welcome Corps
A new initiative from the Biden administration could rejuvenate our refugee resettlement program.
Why Has the United States Never Had a Black Woman Governor?
It's long past time to radically disrupt the systems that stifle women and our democracy.