In this clip, Pastor Efrem talks about how the church has constantly changed throughout history to get closer to God's heart.
Last week, January 27, just a few blocks north of the Sojourners' office on 14th Street in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of our nation's capital, a homeless man was attacked and lay dying on th
So you think the Pittsburgh Steelers won the big game Sunday night?
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The 111th Congress is turning out to be a bit more exciting than the 110th, with members tackling tough issues with a vigor that was in short supply in 2008.
I want to be hopeful these days, what with Barack Obama just being inaugurated as our nation's 44th president, but Tanya
April 2009's "Mobilization to End Poverty" is a chance for real change.
Getting time to read is always a challenge, but here are the top 10 books I read this year:
Philis Schlafly, a long time leader of the Religious Right and known for her opposition to the Equal Rights Amendm
When I think of Immokalee, my mind remembers a place where reconciliation has come alive.