Newsletter Archive

Living with an Advent Ache: Incarnation and Solidarity in the Holy Land

*with acknowledgments to Kelley Nikondeha for this phrase from her highly recommended book “The First Advent in Palestine: Reversals, Resistance, and the Ongoing Complexity of Hope“ Dear friends As many of you have read in our past newsletters, The Warehouse staff is committed to rhythms, practises and processes of Corporate Listening

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Going Slow: Sustaining Transformation for the next 100 years

“Hope is the power to keep focusing on the larger vision while taking the small, often undramatic, steps toward that future.” – Mitri Raheb*  Dear friends, Over these past two years as we at The Warehouse – with our wider community of friends – have remained committed to being a listening and discerning community, we

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Going Far: Sustaining Transformation for the next 100 years

“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.” – Proverb from the First Nations people of Turtle Island Dear friends, Anything worth building must be done with the intention to outlast its builder. These are the conditions of sustainable transformation.  This year, The Warehouse

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Building for the Next 100 Years

At The Warehouse, we long to see a world marked by God’s peace and justice, a world which embodies goodness between all things, a world where there is restoration of all that has been broken. Yet it doesn’t take too much work to recognise that we are a long way away

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First About Jesus

“We are not first about Justice: we are first about Jesus. And lives lived in obedience to Jesus, in love for each other, lead to and look like Justice.” The Warehouse Team [1] Over the last 20 years, as we have journeyed with local churches in how best to express the Good

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A quick catch-up from The Warehouse

Dear friends, Now that we have crossed the threshold into the second half of 2022 (!) we wanted to use this newsletter to recentre who we are, revisit some of the things we felt God was calling us to prioritise this year, and celebrate some of the work we have been involved

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