Fr. Clint Wilson is not as cool as the other people on this blog, but he does love to read and think deeply about the classic disciplines of the Church. At one point he thought he was going to be a biblical studies scholar and was privileged to engage in fascinating research alongside a top-rate evangelical scholar at Denver Seminary. However, he discerned a call to ordained ministry through a vibrant local parish that helped him imagine anew the possibilities for what a Kingdom-coming-on-earth kind of community can look like.
This led eventually to his ordination and work in church planting in downtown Denver. After attending Nashotah House Theological Seminary for some additional formation (a.k.a. “being pickled in the Anglo-Catholic brine”), he was hired as a curate at the Church of St. David of Wales in Denton (a college town within the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas). While he tries to build a bridge from the parish to the university/emerging adulthood community, his wife works in student affairs and higher education and is building the other way to meet him in the middle. They have a dog named Denver and love all things outdoors.