MacAdam, who is the Social Justice and Advocacy Consultant for the Anglican Diocese of Toronto, writes: "I agree with the cogent point made by editor Paul Feheley in the summer 2013 issue of the Journal ['Vegas maybe, but Ottawa no!', p. 4] that the strong resolution on homelessness passed at the Joint Assembly must be backed by action. He asks, 'How many people will find housing thanks to this resolution ?' The answer is up to all of us, and in the action we can take to live out this resolution sustained by the call of our faith to 'set the oppressed free; (Isaiah 58). .... In politics, numbers count -- and if enough of us raise our voices and urge our fellow Anglicans, neighbours and friends to do likewise, we can make a real difference".