ideaExchange | Bishop Mark MacDonald

For the February 2012 session of our ideaExchange series, we invited Bishop Mark MacDonald to engage us in an exploration of a series of issues connected to life as an Indigenous Christian. In a social context in which we have grown accustomed to thinking of Indigenous peoples as being always the recipients of ministry, Mark pressed us to begin to think a bit differently and to consider how Indigenous thought and practice might have significance for all Christians. Mark MacDonald is the National Indigenous Bishop for the Anglican Church of Canada, prior to which he offered ministry in a variety of settings and contexts in both Canada and the United States, including ten years as the Bishop of Alaska. An insightful thinker and gracious conversation partner, Mark is passionate in his conviction that we pay attention to the wisdom and experiences of Indigenous peoples.

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One Response to ideaExchange | Bishop Mark MacDonald

  1. Bryan says:

    This was a really good discussion. I was not able to make it out to this night as I was sick, and now today I happen to be home sick from work and find it just posted. Something providential about that timing.

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