Newsletter Archive

June 2019: Looking to the Youth

Remembering an advocate of children The past few weeks have been a difficult time for us as The Warehouse community. On the 26th of May, after being diagnosed with end-stage liver cancer just a month before, our dear sister, friend, and colleague of over eight years – Ntombi Tshingilane –

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May 2019: What Would Jesus Vote (Part 2)

In its welfare, you will find your welfare “But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare” Jeremiah 29:7 The context into which this instruction was given was

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April 2019 – What Would Jesus Vote?

What Would Jesus Vote? I find Jesus’ teachings illuminating and liberating, but also at times somewhat frustrating. Instead of providing clear-cut, easy answers, they most often create infinitely more questions. Which is why, I’m guessing, if he were living in South Africa today and we asked him who we should

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February 2019 – Hope in the Wilderness

Hope in the Wilderness 2019 has started with a bang. School went back into session early this year, elections are coming up in May, and multiple state-capture and corruption commissions illustrate daily the multiplicity of ways in which we are struggling as a country to rid ourselves of our past, current

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December 2018- Fully God, Fully Human

Fully God, Fully Human What the incarnation means to some of The Warehouse team….   As Christians, the incarnation- Jesus, who is fully God embodying the full extent of what it means to be human and taking up residence on Earth- is foundational to our faith. In this month of

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November 2018 – Presence & Proximity

Presence and Proximity   This Sunday- the first Sunday in Advent- marks the start of the new church year.  The Advent journey to Christmas invites us to remember and anticipate the arrival of Jesus in the world.  As many of you would have been doing, over the past month or

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October 2018 – Let Justice Roll

Let Justice Roll!   After months of deep prayer, discernment, engagement and collaboration with multiple partners and friends across the province and country, South Africa’s second Justice Conference took place on the 12th and 13th of this month, bringing together almost a thousand people seeking to journey towards an understanding

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September 2018 – God is writing God’s story

God is Writing God’s Story   I have long been a student of the stars. Periodically I am drawn to their wise teachings on perspective. They position me as a mere dot in the massive expanse of the universe, and the challenges I am facing as things that fade into

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