The Wounds of So Many

Trigger warning: Stories of sexual violence The first time I heard someone recount her rape, I had just become a Christian and she had just stopped being one. She had been gang-raped by the youth pastor at her church and some other people. The second

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Who Are Our Neighbours?

The Warehouse is a community, and like all communities we battle with issues of difference. Believe it or not, we don’t all agree. Theology is often our place of difference. We are a sum of our parts; some Charismatic, some mainline denominations, some Pentecostal. This

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The Immigrants’ Creed

(This creed professes the Christian faith through the experience of an immigrant.) I believe in Almighty God,who guided the people in exile and in exodus,the God of Joseph in Egypt and Daniel in Babylon,the God of foreigners and immigrants. I believe in Jesus Christ,a displaced

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In Christ, there is no difference… Part 2

…between slave or free, male or female…* A slave** sits at the table with the master** of the house at the weekly bible study. The topic: how they can be more Christ-like in their relationships with those around them. The slave, terrified, but knowing this

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Beyond Charity, Into Relationship

I remember being about nine when I first truly encountered Christianity. I had grown up in a fairly irreligious home. The issue was more that religious people believed just another fairytale among the plethora of other fairytales. I was raised to question everything; the world

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