Rev. Dr. Mark Bellitini's communion

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"These poignant and transparent wrestlings of a young preacher in the early 21st century suggest that preaching is not a dying privilege, but a powerful and democratic engagement with truthfulness, an art form still emerging in our days.
 

–Rev. Dr. Mark Belletini, Senior Minister

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, Ohio

“In the tradition of Emerson’s Divinity School Address, Nate Walker’s Exorcising Preaching is not so much a how-to manual as it is an urgent manifesto, a passionate call for preachers to rid themselves of cant, cliché, complacency, and all that separates them from their audience (the congregation) and their subject (the Sacred).”

–Rev. Dr. Robert Hardies, Senior Minister

All Souls Church, Unitarian, Washington, D.C.

Rev. Dr. Rob Hardies preaching

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Rev. Meg Riley

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Nate Walker is boldly creative—a visionary, on-the-edge kind of thinker. This book made me rethink preaching’s role today for contemporary worshipers.
– Rev. Meg Riley, Senior Minister
Church of the Larger Fellowship
It’s tough to preach a great sermon. But Nate Walker is an inspiring coach.

–Rev. Dr. William F. Schulz

President and CEO of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

Former President, Unitarian Universalist Association

Rev. Dr. William F. Schulz, UUSC

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Rev. Burn Stanfield

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“Nate Walker pokes and prods all of us to whom a pulpit has been entrusted, exhorting us to embrace vigorously our special responsibility. Like his ministry and his activism, his suggestions are bold, creative and provocative, focused powerfully on a witness of liberation.”
– Reverend Burns Stanfield, Pastor
Fourth Presbyterian Church, South Boston;
Instructor at Harvard Divinity School

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