Author Archives: Andrew Stephens-Rennie
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?
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.
The Trouble with the Third Slave
A reflection on Matthew 25:14-31 for St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Trail, BC.
Love’s Percussive Proclamation
I saw the Lord spitting on the altar, spray can in hand, scrawling verse after verse of invective poetry at a people, a nation, of ill-begotten gains...
Before whiteness, there was breath
A reflection on John 20:19-23 by Andrew Stephens-Rennie When he had said this, Jesus breathed on them and said to them, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit.
I watched them digging a grave for me it was more than a metaphor that spacious interior six feet below grade.
It all Begins in Joy
It all begins in joy and to joy it all returns. Yet in between, a thousand deaths each day.
Sing Hallelujah to the Lord
A sermon based on Luke 1.57-80 for the Feast of St.
Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery
How might we come together to dismantle the ongoing effects of the Doctrine of Discovery in the church and in the world?
God Still Breathes
A reflection on 2 Corinthians 5:20-6:2 for Ash Wednesday. Before we get to the hard stuff, Before we rightly acknowledge before God and one another our brokenness, sin, and unrighteousness, Lest we allow ourselves to wallow in the pit of shame and guilt.
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