In the News

The Washington Post

NBC Coverage of Rutba House Story

“We have a whole lot in common. All of us,” said Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, co-founder of the Rutba House.

Watch the WNCN news story here.

The Washington Post

“To some, Moral Mondays may look like little more than the tool of a withering political party. But to those with eyes to see, this is a wake-up call. The Tillis 15 are standing to testify that we need a new imagination for our time.”
Jonathan writes about Moral Mondays for The Washington Post.

InTouch Magazine

The needs of many people in our society constantly surround us,” writes InTouch Magazine. “Too often strategies for serving the poor create an us-and-them division between the helper and the person being helped. But there’s a better way…”
Read Jonathan’s article in InTouch Magazine.

Christianity Today’s Village Green

What Classic Spiritual Discipline Needs the Most Renewal Among American Christians? Jonathan joins Anne Graham Lotz and Dallas Willard in responding to this edition of Christianity Today’s Village Green.


Jonathan reflects on interruption of Christmas for

Newsweek’s “On Faith”

Jonathan writes on Oscar Romero’s witness of stability for Newsweek’s “On Faith.”

Sojourners Magazine

Jonathan talks justice, peace, and the politics of gentleness with Jean Vanier and Stanley Hauerwas for Sojourners magazine.


Below are links to some mainstream and Christian media coverage of Jonathan's work:

Carol Huang reports new monasticism movement for The Christian Science Monitor.

“The Unexpected Monks,” by Molly Worthen — Boston Globe.

“The New Monastics,” by Jason Byasee — The Christian Century.

Interview with David Miller — San Francisco Chronicle.