Allison Johnson 01-13-2009

Reading through today's New York Times, I came across an extraordinary opinion piece on immigration reform, titled "" href="

Randy Woodley 01-12-2009
We stand at what could be the greatest divide in American history.

Memos to the new president from political, cultural, and religious leaders.

It was quite a busy year for the policy team at Sojourners, and we can already hear the challenges and opportunities of 2009 calling for our attention.
Maryada Vallet 12-18-2008
She walks the trails until her ankles swell and her back pulsates with pain.
Jennifer Svetlik 12-18-2008
Eight years ago, the United Nations proclaimed Dec. 18 as International Migrants Day.
Demetria Martinez 12-01-2008
Short fiction on new life in a new country.
Jimmy McCarty 11-13-2008
Social location is vital to understanding how people come to their interpretations, and appropriations, of the Bible and its stories.
Glen Peterson 11-04-2008
Activists, evangelical Christians, and Catholic Workers have joined in a hunger strike in downtown Los Angeles to expose the plight of immigrants in the United States and to motivate 1 million peop
Jim Wallis 10-23-2008
In 2004, several conservative Catholic bishops and a few megachurch pastors like Rick Warren issued their list of "non-negotiables," which were intended to be a voter guide for their followers.
Gabriel Salguero 10-23-2008
In the months leading up to the election, the topic of immigration reform has disappeared from the presidential candidates' conversations.
Rich Nathan 10-20-2008
About 20 years ago, Stanley Hauerwas and William Willimon wrote a book provocatively titled Resident Aliens.
Onleilove Alston 10-17-2008
[continued from part 1] Out of a general respect for anyone who seeks to serve the inner city (I grew up in the housing projects of Brook
Kim Bobo 10-17-2008

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Regardless of who wins the presidential election, we need a secretary of labor who thinks and acts like Frances Perkins.

Onleilove Alston 10-16-2008
The settlement house movement is the foundation of public welfare in the United States.