Tackling the Housing Crisis (Pt 7)
What's next for effective action in housing and homemaking?
Tackling the Housing Crisis (Pt 6)
What are some success stories of the Church taking action on housing and homelessness?
Tackling the Housing Crisis (Pt 5)
How does the Church bring theologically grounded principles into conversation in a pluralistic society?
Tackling the Housing Crisis (Pt 4)
Does a theology of housing require an eschatology of new creation?
Homefulness: Beyond or Before Housing?
Beyond housing to homefulness, or homefulness before housing?
Tackling the Housing Crisis (Pt 3)
How do the five housing principles - sustainable, safe, stable, social, satisfying - map onto the biblical story?
Tackling the Housing Crisis Together (Pt 2)
The theology and biblical vision of housing: why, what, and so what?
Tackling the Housing Crisis Together (Pt 1)
Preparatory to our symposium "Beyond Housing to Homefulness," Brian Walsh and Michael Shapcott talk housing and homelessness with Bishop Graham Tomlin in seven segments.
For the Birds, A Poem for Henk Hart
It takes patience to enter into joy. The longer you wait, the more rooted you remain, the intensity of your gaze, only deepens the joy.
Remembering La Loche, Adam Wood, five years later
Hope can be heard whispering through our sorrow, choked out as we groan in travail with all of creation.
Exaggeration Incarnate: Advent Joy
Advent joy is the joy of the future reaching back to touch the present.
Advent gloom, Advent hope
Wherever Jesus went there would be no gloom for those in anguish because the light of the kingdom gave them hope.
A Prayer, A Dream, A Sacred Space
This has been a place of profound meeting. A moment of knowing and being known. A place of memory making, storytelling, rooted in the deepest and widest story of all. A sacred space.
The Trouble with the Third Slave
A reflection on Matthew 25:14-31 for St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Trail, BC.
Cohen, Democracy and Trump
Greed and hate will always still-birth democracy. Greed and hate will always sabotage justice, and leave us shipwrecked.
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