Homefulness Podcast

In the face of a systemic homelessness that has economic, social, public health, cultural, spiritual, and ecological manifestations, how might we develop more holistic and integrated policies and practices for deeper homefulness in our communities?

Developed by Empire Remixed in partnership with the Sorrento Centre—co-hosts of the national Beyond Housing to Homefulness Symposium—this podcast seeks to deepen the discussion of home-making and housing in the Canadian context and beyond.

Our guests come from a variety of backgrounds—developers and architects, faith leaders and theologians, community developers, activists, and politicians.

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Andrew Stephens-Rennie
Andrew is a writer, dreamer and organizer with a keen interest in developing leaders in faith, compassion and justice.

He currently serves as the Director of Missional Renewal for the Anglican Diocese of Kootenay on the unceded territories of the Sinixt, Syilx, and Ktunaxa nations. He previously served as the Director of Ministry Innovation at Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, BC.

Andrew is cofounder and contributing editor at www.empireremixed.com, and co-editor of "A Sort of Homecoming: Essays Honoring the Academic and Community Work of Brian Walsh" with Marcia Boniferro and Amanda Jagt.

One Response to “Homefulness Podcast”

  1. Brian Cunnington

    Congratulations. An excellent vision. I look forward to hearing more in future podcasts


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