Jim Wallis 1-23-2020

There is a type of question I get all the time, most recently during the book tour for Christ in Crisis: Why We Need to Reclaim Jesus. The questions that came from countless pastors and lay leaders in local churches was this: What can I do as this political and spiritual crisis gets worse and worse? How do we even begin to respond to the enormous needs and stakes of this moment in American history and the future of Christianity in this country?"

Delman Coates 1-22-2020

The job guarantee was a centerpiece of the civil rights movement’s policy agenda.

M.C. de Boer 1-22-2020

Trump does not repent of his actions but persists in them and excuses them, mocking not only God but also his evangelical supporters.

1-21-2020

See the work Sojourners accomplished with your support in 2019.

1-21-2020

People of faith held a vigil outside of the office of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to decry the preventable deaths of detained children seeking asylum.

the Web Editors 1-21-2020

Since November, more than 100 local municipalities, counties, cities, and towns have called for their residents to become Second Amendment Sanctuary cities and oppose “unconstitutional restrictions” on guns. Falwell also told Starnes that he would not be surprised if citizens and law enforcement officers “in the good part of Virginia” decided not to enforce whatever laws are passed.

1-21-2020

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said it best: The church "is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state." Join us as people of faith calling for senators to seek, defend, and act on the truth during the impeachment trial. http://bit.ly/SenateTrialActionAlert 

1-20-2020

In this very special episode of The Soul of the Nation, the Rev. Jim Wallis sits down with the Rev. Adam Taylor, Sojourners' Executive Director, to discuss the role of the church in politics in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Gareth Higgins 1-17-2020

There’s no such thing as an objective critic, or objective criteria by which any of us could judge a movie. The question is whether the critic, or the audience, is able to be honest about the criteria they are using. So I’ll say something I’ve said before: By my sights, the purpose of art is to help us live better, and the best cinema occurs when technical and aesthetic craftsmanship operating at their highest frequencies, and a humane concern for the common good, kiss each other.

the Web Editors 1-17-2020

Bohnoeffer scholars issue statement of concern, documenting the journey of fleeing Venezuelans, how to fix democracy with design, and more.