Winn Collier

Winn Collier, a pastor for 26 years, was the founding pastor of All Souls in Charlottesville, Virginia. Winn now serves as Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology & Christian Imagination and director of the Eugene Peterson Center for Christian Imagination at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Winn has a PhD in religion and fiction from the University of Virginia and is the author of multiple books, including “Love Big, Be Well: Letters to a Smalltown Church” and “A Burning in My Bones,” the biography of Eugene Peterson. 

Winn Collier’s Contributions

Excerpt from Holy Curiosity: When God Calls Us Out

From Winn Collier's latest book, about the power and the sting in the well-placed questions God…
April 1, 2009

Confessions of a Pilgrim

“When I eschew mystery, I hide much of who I am from God,” writes Winn Collier…
July 7, 2006

True Grit, True Grace: Portrait of Lon Gregg

A Dartmouth student finds Christ by way of a homeless shelter. This DTS grad's uncommon path…
July 7, 2006
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