Sojourners Magazine: September/October 2022
Why our faith delegation went to Ukraine to pray for peace.
Our public message was simple: “We have come to Kyiv in solidarity to pray for a just peace.”
An interview with Francis Collins and Deborah Haarsma on bridging the perceived divide.
The call and response of our songs is a kind of reciprocal relationship, one that I hope you have heard.
Former heavyweight boxers, the Klitschko brothers now face the fight of their lives.
People of faith can make a difference in the campaign to abolish nuclear weapons.
Whenever animosity against China rises up, Asian Americans are blamed and attacked.
The 2022 midterm election must be a referendum on protecting and strengthening our rights.
Reducing groups of people to just the struggle is a way of shrinking their stories.
“I’ve tried to find a spark of creative hope that keeps our faith alive, active, and generative.”
“I hope that I bring a perspective steeped in curiosity and humility to the page.”
“Throwing up a heart emoji” in the middle of a sermon doesn’t convey the depth of my relationship with Christ.
Pachinko is an intriguing commentary on the struggle between belief in divinity or chance in a suffering person's life.
The contemplative practice that renews our capacity to see.
Three culture recommendations from our editors.
Damon Garcia's The God Who Riots is uninterested in a faith that maintains the status quo.
The Rings of Power reflects a key theme in Tolkien's writings: We are a world in need of healing, yet never without hope.
September reflections from the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C.
October reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C.
Methods for Preventing Political Violence and Mass Atrocities
How communities can leverage the five key pillars of early warning systems to transform violence to peace.