Preaching and Communication Track Faculty

Kevin Livingston

Kevin Livingston

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Kevin Livingston is the Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Tyndale Seminary focused on the theology and practice of preaching. He has over 30 years of pastoral experience, is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in Canada and has served congregations in Seattle, Scotland, Vancouver, and Cambridge.

Gary Nelson

Gary Nelson

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Gary Nelson is an urban missiologist and has served as President and Vice Chancellor of Tyndale University College & Seminary since 2010. Prior to 2010, he served as General Secretary of Canadian Baptist Ministries. He has also served in church leadership roles in California, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Alberta.

Fred Penney

Fred Penney

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Fred Penney has pastored since 1987, including planting a multi-ethnic church in the heart of Toronto. He currently pastors Emmanuel Pentecostal Church in Port Perry and has been teaching homiletics since 1999. Fred has also taught in the Ukraine.

Narry Santos

Narry Santos

Narry Santos is the Assistant Professor of Christian Ministry and Intercultural Leadership and has experience in frontline ministry and church planting. He was born in the Philippines and received a PhD in the New Testament along with a PhD in Philippine Studies. He has served as a full-time pastor and church planter for over two decades.

Rod Wilson

Rod Wilson

Rod Wilson served as the President of Regent College from 2000-2015. He has been involved in the field of counselling and consulting for over thirty years and has held various positions at Tyndale. In 2004, Dr. Wilson received an honorary doctorate from Trinity Western University in recognition of his gifts of leadership and acuity of vision.

Sunder Krishnan

Sunder Krishnan

Sunder Krishnan graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology and received his Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in Boston. Afterwards he worked for Atomic Energy of Canada. He served at Rexdale Alliance Church as a member of the executive committee as well on the board of elders for eight years and later joined their staff for 36 years, retiring in 2016 as pastor emeritus.