Jim Wallis was a founder of Sojourners and is the editor-in-chief of Sojourners magazine. "In 1995, Wallis was instrumental in forming Call to Renewal, a national federation of churches, denominations, and faith-based organizations from across the theological and political spectrum working to overcome poverty.
"Wallis speaks at more than 200 events a year and his columns appear in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and other major newspapers. His most recent book is God's Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It (Harper Collins, 2005). He offers regular commentary and analysis for radio and television and teaches a course at Harvard University on 'Faith, Politics, and Society'."
"In 1979, Time magazine named Wallis one of the "50 Faces for America's Future." His books include Faith Works (2000), The Soul of Politics: A Practical and Prophetic Vision for Change (1994), Who Speaks for God? A New Politics of Compassion, Community, and Civility (1996), Call to Conversion (1981)." 
"Wallis has just completed a year as a fellow at the new Center for the Study of Values in Public Life at Harvard Divinity School and now teaches at the university's John F. Kennedy School of Government." 
- National Advisory Council, U.S. Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East
- Council of Reference, Micah Challenge
By Jim Wallis
- "Putting God Back in Politics," New York Times, December 28, 2003.
- "Recovering a hijacked faith," Boston Globe, July 13, 2004.
Interviews, Articles & Commentary
- Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Living Spiritual Teacher: Jim Wallis, Spirituality & Health, no date.
- Interview: Jim Wallis, Homiletics Online, no date.
- Interview with Jim Wallis, "The Jesus Factor," PBS Frontline, November 12, 2003.
- Interview: Rev. Wallis: Sojourners and Politics, NPR, January 20, 2005.
- Wen Stephenson, "The amazing true story of the liberal evangelical ...and his mission to save the democrats from themselves," Boston Globe, January 23, 2005.
- Interview: Jim Wallis, BuzzFlash, February 22, 2005.