New AP Writer: Dr. Winfield Bevins

New AP Writer: Dr. Winfield Bevins

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Greg Goebel

Founder and Editor at AnglicanPastor.com
Greg is the founder of Anglican Pastor and serves as editor and one of the writers. He is an Anglican Priest of the Anglican Church in North America. He served in a non-denominational church before being called into the Anglican church in 2003. He has served as an Associate Pastor, Parish Administrator, and Rector. He currently serves as the Canon to the Ordinary for the Anglican Diocese of the South.
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Want to learn more about prayer? Want to be encouraged in mission?  We’ve just landed a writing pastor that will help us with both of those, in a graceful and clear way.

I’m excited to announce that Dr. Winfield Bevins will be joining our team of writers at Anglican Pastor.

winfieldWinfield is founding rector of Church of the Outer Banks and Canon for Church Planting for the Diocese of the Carolinas. He is the author of several books, including Our Common Prayer and Creed. He has a strong passion for planting and remissioning churches. He has trained and coached church planters and pastors across the United States. He speaks at conferences, workshops, and retreats throughout the United States on a variety of topics. He has a Doctorate from Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Winfield lives in the beautiful beach community of the Outer Banks of North Carolina with his wife Kay and three daughters.

You can find out more information about him at his personal website www.winfieldbevins.com.

He will be writing primarily about Prayer and Planting, along with other topics from the perspective of the Anglican Pastor.

Look for his first series, “A Pastor’s Thoughts on Prayer” every Thursday, starting this week.

In other news, our team is meeting in mid-August to sketch out our plans for the upcoming year. Thanks for your prayers.

Blessings,

Canon Greg

 

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