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Podcast: Hannah Steele: a fresh perspective on evangelism

18 February 2021

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The Revd Dr Hannah Steele

The Revd Dr Hannah Steele

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On the podcast this week, Canon Mark Oakley talks to the director of St Mellitus College, the Revd Dr Hannah Steele, about her new book, Living His Story: Revealing the extraordinary love of God in ordinary ways (SPCK) (Books, 22 January). It is the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book 2021. The book seeks to provide a fresh perspective on evangelism, pursuing Walter Brueggemann’s description of evangelism as “an invitation and summons to ‘switch stories’ and therefore to change lives”.

The interview was recorded during an online event earlier this month, which also featured two other authors talking about their Lent books: Sam Wells on A Cross in the Heart of God (Canterbury Press) and Stephen Cherry on Thy Will Be Done (Bloomsbury). 

All the books are available at the Church Times Bookshop.

You can watch a video of the event here.

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