Rev. Jim Wallis spoke with HuffPost Live at Davos about being arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, saying his arrest was much different than the arrests...
Jim Wallis from Sojourners has just facilitated/chaired/inspired a great session, called ‘Stop to think who matters here, in Davos’.
I was so struck by the rare effort made by the film Selma to highlight the roles of women in that struggle, which by many accounts was the high-water...
The Epoch Times
Signed by 100 theologians, this letter will ask whether the candidate is willing to make ending hunger and poverty a top priority in his or her...
A coalition of 100 Christian faith leaders is urging all potential 2016 presidential candidates to post videos stating how they plan to alleviate...
What concerns me is his apparent belief that religion should have special protection when it comes to free speech.
Under an umbrella organization called Circle of Protection, 100 Christian leaders want all presidential candidates to make poverty a priority...
Our first response to the horrible and frightening violence of Paris should be grief.
The movement's lessons have shaped my life. I feel like I am about to meet my heroes.
No matter how it's framed, our current crisis is not just about police. It's about deeply ingrained American institutional privilege and...
Jesus’ statement has often been misused by churchgoers and others as an excuse not to do anything about the poor. According to The Dictionary of...
We often only use the word in the context of our New Years, but "resolution" is a nuanced noun.
Perpetrators of crime must be punished for their actions. No one should be the victim of a violent crime. The death penalty, however, does not bring...
Iowa City Press Citizen
Next time, I will take the bus and recall fondly the spirit of giving experienced on past rides.
President Barack Obama rarely goes to church but that’s not for lack of faith, members of his small circle of religious confidants say.
The relationship between our politics, our ethics and our public life remain at the heart of this inequality and poverty story.
I pray this Christmas brings revelation—revelation of a world where the state ends its war on black and brown communities.
The racial tensions that have spilled from Ferguson and Staten Island into Advent this year promise to haunt our holiday celebrations like the ghost...
A recent trip to Ferguson, MO gave me and some forty religious leaders an opportunity to reflect on the integration of spiritual development and...