Living Faith

A statue of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. outside Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Ala., the starting point of the 1965 marches for voting rights.

We can honor King by working to restore the voting rights he knew were central to dismantling racism.

Passion’s leaders ignored surging COVID cases, modeling a self-focused, individualistic faith to the next generation.

What we choose to remember, and how we choose to remember it, profoundly shapes our sense of reality.

January 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol


Jan. 6 confirmed to me that my Pentecostal pastors were actually correct: There really is a war going on.

A tray with material for injections is seen at a supervised injection site.

Many Christians resist measures that make drug use less harmful, but that resistance is often rooted in myth.

Headshots of Jeremy Courtney and Jessica Courtney, and the Preemptive Love logo. Screengrabs from Preemptive Love website.

In a Jan. 4 letter, the board announced that Jeremy and Jessica Courtney would not be returning to the organization.

A white man wearing a black turtleneck crinkles his face with exuberant laughter

The poet, prophet, and priest’s legacy of laughter and delight.

A collection of photos that defined 2021.

California firefighter fighting Caldor Fire

Sojourners’ 2021 year in review.

Let us sojourn in a love that implements the demands of justice and corrects everything that stands against love.