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Religion Pastoral Resources

ReImagine

Preaching in the Present Tense

by (author) Mark Whittall

Publisher
Wood Lake Publishing
Initial publish date
Sep 2017
Category
Pastoral Resources, Preaching
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781770649217
    Publish Date
    Sep 2017
    List Price
    $19.95

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P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">FONT size=2>Preaching, at its best, emerges from the life of the community and its members.  It is when we put our stories into conversation with the Biblical story that something new is created.  Without that connection, preaching, no matter how well crafted, loses its relevance.  ReImagine:Preaching in the Present Tense, explores the connection between life and preaching using actual examples of homilies that owe their very existence to the events and questions that swirl through the church community in the days before Sunday.?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

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Contributor Notes

The Rev. Mark Whittall is the pastor of St. Albans Church and a priest of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.  He is an engineer by training, and obtained graduate degrees in Theoretical Physics and in Development Economics from Oxford University.  His first career was as an engineer and executive in the high-tech sector, rising to the position of CEO and earning recognition as Ottawa’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2000.  Soon afterwards he left his business career and turned to the study of theology. He served as Professor, History of Science at Augustine College in Ottawa from 2002 to 2007 and was ordained as an Anglican Priest in 2008.  After a brief stay in a rural parish, he was tasked with building a new congregation at St. Albans Church in downtown Ottawa in 2011, where he currently serves as pastor.

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