- Hungry for Justice is a six-week curriculum on faith and social justice designed for individual and group study. Download the first chapter for free and purchase copies of the guide from Sojourners' online store.
- Sign up to be a Mentor in Columbus Public Schools: Project Mentor is a joint project of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio and the Columbus Public Schools, whose mission is to boost the graduation rate in local schools by matching thousands of volunteer mentors with children who could benefit from having adult role models in their lives.
Contact: (614) 839-KIDS; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.projectmentorcolumbus.org
- Media Clips: Watch and read about the Columbus Justice Revival:
THE JUSTICE REVIVAL; Faithful aim to aid poor, as Jesus did; Church coalition hopes to stir Christians to community action
by Kelly Lecker
Columbus Dispatch 4-17-2008
The Rev. Jim Wallis, founder of Sojourners, said God has signed up Christians for living out his purpose in the world." Tonight, and this week, we're calling for the kind of conversion that can change lives, neighborhoods and this world," Wallis said. He wants to unleash "a new generation of abolitionists." »read more
Revival's faithful take good will onto streets
by Holly Zachariah
Columbus Dispatch 4-20-2008
The 50 projects included cleaning parks, rehabbing homeless shelters, organizing food pantries and hosting barbecues and gasoline-giveaways in poor neighborhoods. The work was the culmination of the Justice Revival, a three-day event organized by 40 area churches and Sojourners, a Washington-based social-justice organization. »read more
Open Line with Fred Andrle
Sojourners founder Jim Wallis and and Vineyard Church of Columbus Senior Pastor Rich Nathan discuss the Justice Revival, a church movement to end poverty and achieve social justice in America.