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Jeannie Choi 5-13-2009
Sojourners magazine received many honors at the joint annual conventions of the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) a
Elizabeth Palmberg 4-29-2009
Live from the halls of the Mobilization, here are a few more quotes about faith and justice work from some of the fantastic people who are here!

Elizabeth Palmberg 4-28-2009
My favorite part of last night's powerful worship service at the Mobilization was when Rev.
Ed Spivey Jr. 4-27-2009
This is the first event in Sojourners history where the White House has had a role, any role, aside from the one where they call the local police and ask them to remove us from the sidewalks.
Ed Spivey Jr. 4-27-2009
This is my first blog, so bear with me if I get it wrong. With a blog you only have 140 characters to convey your message and ... no ... that's a twitter, I think, from people who twit.
Elizabeth Palmberg 4-27-2009
Before and after the worship service tonight, I got a chance to chat with just a few of the thousand-plus people coming to the Mobilization. Here's what they had to say:

Elizabeth Palmberg 4-24-2009
Here in the Sojo offices, all is abustle as we complete preparations for The Mobilization to End Poverty (it's not too late for you to make plans to a
Jim Wallis 4-08-2009
"I am deeply sorry for the reactions in some countries to a few passages of my address," http://www.zenit.org/article-25341?l=en
April 1 was quite the roller coaster for me. First of all, I'm already in a good mood because it's my sister's birthday (no kidding).
the Web Editors 3-24-2009
If you want to make peace, you don't talk to your friends, you talk to your enemies.

- Moshe Dayan
Apricot Irving 3-17-2009
Two years ago, I celebrated St. Patrick's Day in Ireland with my parents, my husband, and my one-year-old son.
the Web Editors 3-10-2009
How very good and pleasant it is
when kindred live together in unity!
It is like the precious oil on the head,
running down upon the beard,
Nontando Hadebe 2-23-2009
It's been just over two weeks into the new transitional government in Zimbabwe. There is guarded optimism and most people have adopted a 'wait and see' approach.

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