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The Preaching Life: An Interview with Brent Peterson

Dr. Brent Peterson is one of the featured preachers at this month’s Hugh C. Benner Preachers Conference (Sept 25-27). He currently serves on staff at College Church in Nampa ID and is Dean of the School of Theology and Christian Ministries at Northwest Nazarene University. 

CPL: You are a full time professor now but have held several pastoral positions over the years. Tell us about those and what was most life-giving about being a pastor.
Let me begin by saying I feel very blessed for the people and places God has allowed me to serve and be served and there was not a specific calling to one job, but a general calling to care of God’s sheep.

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