January 2010 Sojourners Magazine
Turning Despair into Hope - It Takes A Woman to Change a Village
Pulitzer Prize winners Nocholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn talk about why focusing on women and girls is the most effective way to fight global poverty.
An interview by Molly Marsh
Fighting for Their Lives
In Kenya, women's advocacy groups are standing strong against violence and discrimination.
by Beatrice M. Spadacini
The Afterlife of Trash
What is the connection between a mother in Pennsylvania and a mother in northern Canada?.
by Valerie Weaver-Zercher
'Our Children Are Waiting for the Music'
An open letter to President Obama from an elder in the civil rights movement.
by Vincent G. Hardings
Super Size My Conscience
How Morgan Spurlock Changes Our Thinking
Interview: Filmmaker Libby Spears on child sex trafficking
Review: Solitude and Compassion: The Path to the Heart of the Gospel
Eyes and Ears - Behaving Badly
by Danny Duncan
On Film - Selective Storytelling
by Gareth Higgins
Hearts & Minds - A Revival For Justice
by Jim Wallis
Bridges - Beyond Barrier, Bubble, or Bomb Revival For Justice
by Eboo Patel
The Hungry Spirit - Thank A Sister
by Rose Marie Berger
H'rumphs - Offensive Medicine
by Ed Spivey Jr.
| Off the Mark | Consistent Ethics? |
Between the Lines
| Segregated Schools | Can I get a Witness? | Aid Without Demands | Is it A.D. Yet? | Finally, Jubilee! |
Poetry - Ode to St. Anthony of Egypt
by David Denny
Living the Word - Wondrous, Inexplicable, Demanding Newness
by Walter Bruggemann
| Abusive lending | Greenwashing | From the Archives | Stories that Matter |