Upon learning of the ruinous earthquake that leveled most of Haiti, my wife and I felt sadness and horror, as well as concern for the affected, their families, and friends.
I recently returned from 8 days in Melbourne Australia where I attended the 2009 Parliament of the World's Religions.
350 might be the most important number in the world at the moment.
Yesterday was a day of high drama where Africa walked out, suspended talks, and then later in the day returned after the Danish facilitators took on some of their concerns.
The decision has been made. The orders have been signed. The first wave of the 30,000 additional warriors heading to Afghanistan is scheduled to arrive before Christmas.
We at Sojourners, in solidarity with our Asian American sisters and brothers, affirm the act of repentance by Zondervan in its
Climate change has become a major worldwide grassroots movement -- one that doesn't acknowledge geographic or sociological borders.
What is at the core of the immigration issue? What is the driving force of the debate? I say it is fear.
Nearly five years ago my friends, Hector and Gabby and their five kids, entered the U.S. legally from Mexico in order to join the pastoral staff at my church, Willow Creek.
Earlier this year, I wrote an article in Sojourners about Common Se