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    He is risen indeed! Happy Easter from all of us at Sojourners! You can read the rest of Lisa Sharon Harper's 2015 reflection "Hope Matters" at sojo.net

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    "According to scripture, economic inequality is sinful," writes John Thornton in the April issue of Sojourners. "So what does that mean for those of us who have money in our bank accounts, perhaps eve

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    On Thursday of Holy Week, many Christians share the practice of foot washing in remembrance of how Jesus washed his disciples' feet at the Last Supper. In March 2018, an interfaith group of clergy was

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    "This year I desperately needed Lent, a season to sit with the ideas of wilderness and longing," writes Kaitlin Curtice (@kaitlincurtice) on sojo.net (link in bio.) "And I will need Holy Week, to reme

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    In 1850, the congregation of Mount Vernon Place was founded so its members could defend slavery while remaining in the church. Today, the church's members are uncovering its white supremacist roots--a

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    Sanctuary church stories are about more than just loving our neighbors. In the new documentary Santuario (@santuariofilm), filmmakers show how Juana’s two years living away from her family shows how t

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    "'Gangster rap' and its successor, 'Trap music,' are often thought of as being as far away from Christian morals as the East is from West," writes Kyrie Mason. "Heavy on percussion and profanity, its

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    New issue alert! This month we're pleased to feature the work of illustrator Merisha Sequoia Lemmer (Choctaw) on our cover. Titled “Salmon Woman,” the original watercolor was inspired by her family me

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    Anyone seeing "Us" this weekend? 🍿😱👀 Sure, it's a "haunting piece of art," writes Sojourners' Kayla Lattimore, but director Jordan Peele is "a craftsman in the art of subversion." And as Lattimore put

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    "I can assure you there will never be a parenting book that addresses all the questions you have as parents," writes Cindy Brandt (@cindybrandt), author of "Parenting Forward." "And that’s how it shou

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    Need weekend listening? 🎧Our editors recommend duendita (@duendita), an Afro-Latinx artist whose EP, direct line to My Creator, confronts faith, doubt, and police violence against women of color in a

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    The April issue of Sojourners is here! It’s easy to talk about Jesus’ radical economics when the problem is billionaires and $2,000 pizza. Yet figuring out what the gospel means when it comes to our o

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    We mourn the 49 people killed in the terrorist attacks against two New Zealand mosques. As Najeeba Syeed (@profnajeebasyeed) wrote in December, it is imperative for Christian communities take an activ

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    There are now at least 35 public cases of sanctuary. In a new documentary film, Sojourners takes you inside the stories of Minerva García and Eliseo Jimenez (pictured), the congregations that received

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    How do we move past purity culture? "A handful of pastors, writers, and activists have been finding their way forward," reports Sojourners' Sandi Villarreal, "through shared storytelling, interpreting

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    Closing out #InternationalWomensDay with this blessing from Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, who is a fellow with the Green Justice Coalition. Thanks for joining us in recognizing some of the amazing women

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    We're grateful for Whitney Parnell this #InternationalWomensDay. Parnell is a writer, songwriter, and the founder and CEO of Service Never Sleeps (@serviceinsomnia), an organization that works to empo

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    Liz Theoharris has spent the past two decades organizing amongst the poor in the United States. We honor her this #InternationalWomensDay for her leadership as co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign:

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    This #InternationalWomensDay we're celebrating the leadership of women who are shaping the church--women like writer, speaker, and yoga teacher Kathy Khang (@mskathykhang). "It may be 2019, but there

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    AnaYelsi Velasco-Sanchez (@brwneyedamzn) is one of the phenomenal women we're honoring this #InternationalWomensDay. Velasco-Sanchez is an IndoLatinx mujerista working to create and agitate her way th

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