Issue: December 2018
A Los Angeles church moved its service to a parking lot—paving the way for a new economic model of ministry.
In rural communities, churches engage in practical and compassionate ministries to empower others for the common good.
Revenge fantasies, however justified they may feel, are not the same as God's righteous anger.
It has been 50 years since the Medellín movement changed history.
How the Russian resistance group Pussy Riot engages with prophetic vexation.
American Hate: Survivors Speak Out, ed. by Arjun Singh Sethi. The New Press.
An excerpt from Barbara Williams-Skinner's 'I Prayed, Now What? My Journey from No Faith to Deep Faith.'
A retired minister's suicide is retold through the documentary Man on Fire.
There's room for progress in old models of Christianity and social justice.
This article originally appeared in the December 2007 issue of Sojourners. Read the full article in the archives.
The hope of Jesus' return overshadows the current atrocities of this world.