Sojourners Magazine: November 2022
How do marketing techniques, such as surveillance and data gathering, fit with the mission of the church?
Congregations are entering the murky world of online surveillance and data gathering. What could go wrong?
A look at the roots of a world aflame.
Three ways churches can decenter themselves and economically empower their communities.
People of faith can help Starbucks workers and others in their pursuit of economic equity.
Longtime Sojourner Julie Polter becomes the third editor of the magazine in its 51-year history.
Should we burn bridges with “those” family members?
If you want a chance to show that Christianity means something real to you, you're going to have an unprecedented opportunity in the years to come.
An Episcopal priest reflects on resisting the ReAwaken America Tour.
“Are we just playing church, or are we actually being salt and light?”
“The places that we came from aren’t necessarily the same places that we once knew.”
Emily the Criminal is the millennial version of classic gangster noir — and an indictment of our exploitative economy.
The legacy of Denmark Vesey, Mother Emanuel AME Church, and the stories that resist removal.
Horror can reveal truths about systems and structures that work to protect the status quo.
Rest Is Resistance on trading in grind culture for the pursuit of a slower, richer life.
All the Ways Our Dead Still Speak reminds us that remembering our ancestors — both the good and the bad in them — is a loving act.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
For 30 Years, I Preached that Abortion was Murder
But empathetic listening led me to understand the experiences and perspectives of pro-choice women.
Why Christian Nationalists Want You to Distrust Elections
One purpose of “stolen elections” conspiracies is to discourage people from democratic participation. People of faith must speak out against these narratives.