Jim Wallis is the founder and CEO of Sojourners, formerly an intentional Christian community in Rogers Park, Illinois, and Washington, D.C.. He continues as editor of Sojourners magazine. Wallis, who has been a spiritual and political advisor to President Barack Obama, calls himself a "progressive evangelical" but avoids the terms "liberal" or "religious left."
Where Jim Wallis Stands
The longtime activist on abortion, gay marriage, Iraq — and biblical orthodoxy.
Interview by Ted Olsen|
Jim Wallis: 'I See Genuine Soul-Searching Among Democrats'
Evangelical activist says it's time to find common ground on abortion and other issues.
Interview by Stan Guthrie|
Mr. Wallis Goes to Washington
The transformation of an evangelical activist.
- The Pandemic as God’s JudgmentDoes the biblical pattern of disaster and discipline with a call to repent apply to COVID-19?Todd Mangum|
- Why #BlackLivesMatter Needs the ChurchThe fight for racial justice in America can't succeed without a God-centered vision.Joshua Ryan Butler|
- Post-Election Fight over the 'Evangelical' BrandJim Daly, other leaders want 'evangelical' to be less about politics.Tobin Grant|
- Wallis Apologizes to Olasky after Sojourners Funding FlapSojourners founder apologizes for suggesting World's editor-in-chief 'lies for a living' but stands by his organization's accepting grants from George Soros.Sarah Pulliam Bailey|
- Glenn Beck, FRC Shift Aim From 'Social Justice' to Jim WallisMeanwhile, Land and Mohler dismiss broadcaster's earlier comments as "nonsense."Tobin Grant|
- Beyond Abortion: The New Debate Over the Health Care Bill DebateFrom Family Research Council to Sojourners, disappointment over both policy and procedure.Tobin Grant|
- Health Care Reform's Final Round?Sojourners and Evangelicals for Social Action fight for "health care justice"; other groups urge starting over. Plus, conservatives grow frustrated by libertarians and coddlers of killer whales.Tobin Grant|
- Will Abortion Derail Health Care Reform?The Senate moves closer to a vote on health care reform, groups argue over presidential appointments, and the Family Research Council issues a correction.Tobin Grant|
- Health Care CacophonyPlus: D.C. debates gay marriage, President Obama approves a new hate crimes law, and other issues advocacy groups were talking about this week.Tobin Grant|
- The Elusive MiddleJim Wallis's attempt to transcend party politics in The Great Awakening never takes off.Review by Collin Hansen|