August 2011 Sojourners Magazine
'Your Daughters Will Prophesy'
In South Africa, the future speaks in the voices of girls.
By Kimberly Burge
'We Are All One'
People of different faiths are uniting to defend religious freedom around the world.
By Lynne Hybels
Ending the Hunger Season
A Florida nonprofit shows the way to a sustainable food future.
By Fred Bahnson
Georgia's Koininia Farm is a 70-year old "demonstration plot for the kingdom of God."
By Melissa Aberle-Grasse
Is Laughter Really the Best Medicine?
How humor can help sustain the work of social justice.
By Jep Hostetler
Are you Paying Attention? Inner life vs. the Internet
Review: One Life; Interview: film director Greg Barker
The Roswell Legacy
By Danny Duncan Collum
Life's Pathos and Slapstick
By Gareth Higgins
Empty Promises? Walmart's new urban strategy comes with a lousy track record.
By Josslyn Williams
Terrible Twins: Hiroshima and Fukushima remind us that civilian and military nuclear technology go hand in hand.
By Eboo Patel
Building a Better Company: The B Corporation model puts social and environmental responsibility into companies' legal DNA
By Andy Shallal
Hearts and Minds: Men Behaving Badly
By Jim Wallis
Bridges: Partnering for a New Beginning
By Eboo Patel
The Hungry Spirit: The Art of Householding
By Rose Marie Berger
H'rumphs: Now That I've Found you...
By Ed Spivey Jr.
| No Just War | Supply and Demand | Love Wins| Tea and Commentary |
Poetry: Giving Voice (for Daniel Berrigan on his ninetheth birthday)
By Bill Wylie Kellerman
Living the Word: No Ordinary Season
By Enuma Okoro