Charles Gutenson 10-28-2009
Sometimes the things you read are so outrageous that you simply sit at your desk, unclear how to respond.
LaVonne Neff 10-26-2009
Never underestimate the power of a determined family, the press, the internet, and an outraged public. Guardian Life has changed its policy and apologized to the Pearl family.
Sheldon Good 10-23-2009
Climate change has become a major worldwide grassroots movement -- one that doesn't acknowledge geographic or sociological borders.
Anonymous Guest Contributor 10-21-2009
From my up-close-and-personal perspective as a cancer survivor, I couldn't agree more with LaVonne Neff's main point: it is the system, rather than insurance corporations, that is to blame for 18,000 unnecessary deaths a year
Eugene Cho 10-19-2009
LaVonne Neff 10-19-2009
A friend sent me a link to a Washington Times article, "Insurer ends health pr
LaVonne Neff 10-14-2009
Ryan Rodrick Beiler 10-09-2009
Every now and then someone to our right or left posts an article excoriating Sojourners or Jim Wallis for not being _____ enough, infuriated that we still claim to be _____ even though we're really
Valerie Elverton Dixon 10-06-2009
What is health care?
Steve Taylor 10-05-2009
Recently, I learned that my parents' home is being foreclosed on.
Chuck Collins 10-02-2009
Earlier this year, I wrote an article in Sojourners about Common Se
Jim Wallis 9-29-2009
With an issue like health, deeply personal, but of great public concern, the faith community has a unique and important role to play -- to define and raise the moral issues beneath the policy debat
Efrem Smith 9-22-2009
It's always hard to narrow down Pastor Efrem's sermons to a few key minutes, and this one was no exception. Preaching from Matthew 25, he puts some extended focus on the health-care debate.