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.
A “Sort” of Homecoming and the Lost Sons
What would it take for the marginal figures, the slaves and hired hands, to be genuinely at home in the household of the generous father?
Longing for Home
Homeless. A single word that enables me to label another based on something that I do not understand.
Joanne and the Virgin Mary
by Joanna Moon Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been reflecting on my friendship with Joanne, a tall, beautiful, transgendered, aboriginal woman who very recently took her own life.
“We’re all sluts”
[a sermon on Romans 2.1-16 preached at Wine Before Breakfast on October 9, 2012] by Amy Fisher Deb and I were talking about the songs for this morning and she was reciting some of the words from a song when she broke off to interpret the lyrics for me: “Basically he’s calling her a slut.”
Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired
by Brian Walsh “I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired.”
Advent 2011 :: Day 7
by Dion Oxford Imagine a world where no one was poor; where everyone had enough.
Jack, Jesus and our Deepest Yearnings: Remembering Jack Layton
by Brian Walsh This week we have witnessed a national outpouring of emotion the likes of which is unparalleled in my lifetime.
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