I have written a new book—one I didn’t plan to write, but which emerged as we responded to the economic crisis that has gripped the nation and the world.
In November, Dallas hosted Sojourners’ Justice Revival.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is not afraid to get messy.
Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel on civility in public discourse.
Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel is used to playing to large crowds—his undergraduate course on justice enrolls more than 1,000 students each year.
The moral imperatives for change.
In recent days, people of faith have raised their voices in the health-care reform debate and started talking about moral values.
On a personal, national, and global level, the physical well-being of all God’s children is close to God’s heart and should be close to ours as well.
Every weekday evening, viewers across the nation tune in to their local public television station to watch Tavis Smiley interview guests from every walk of life on his PBS show, Tavis Smiley
Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, speaks truth to power with silliness, outrage, and a whole lotta laughs. But is he a prophet?
Our Mobilization to End Poverty this spring brought together nearly 1,200 Christian leaders and grassroots activists from around the country committed to overcoming poverty.
An Interview with Jon Stewart
On ominous red-on-black lettering, a recent Newsweek cover carried the headline, “The Decline and Fall of Christian America.” The magazine’s cover story by editor Jon Mea
Several years ago, faced with a disastrous federal budget proposal, Sojourners started using the phrase “budgets are moral documents.” That phrase has now entered the com
If we can learn new habits of the heart from this economic crisis, perhaps the suffering can be redemptive.