Dr. Kevin Livingston
BA, Seattle University, 1978;
MDiv, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1983;
PhD, University of Aberdeen, 1989.
Areas of Specialization: Preaching, Evangelism,Worship, The Gospel’s Encounter with Culture.
Dr. Livingston is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in Canada and has served congregations in Seattle, Scotland, Vancouver, Cambridge, and most recently, the historic Knox Presbyterian Church in Toronto. Passionate about the integration of pastoral ministry and theological education, he previously served as adjunct professor at McMaster Divinity College and Tyndale Seminary. He is committed to scholarship in the service of the church and has contributed to a Festshcrift for David Bosch, Mission in Creative Tension, edited by W. A. Saayman and J. N. J. Kritzinger (South African Missiological Society, 1990) and has published articles in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Missionalia and Channels. His research interests are in the ministry of preaching and the renewal of the church. Dr. Livingston serves on the Board of Directors of the Latin America Mission and several committees of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
|The Making of a Missiologist: Formative Influences in the Early Life of David Bosch||Chapter||2014||978-1573834971|
|A Missiology of the Road: Early Perspectives in David Bosch's Theology of Mission and Evangelism||Book||2013||97871610973878|
|The Legacy of David J. Bosch||Article||1999|
|Renewing our vision for mission||Article||1996|
|David Bosch: an interpretation of some main themes in his missiological thought||Chapter||1990||0620148985|