Peter A. Munson is an Episcopal priest, having served three different churches in Colorado since 1991. During that time, he has preached over 1,000 sermons. He enjoys making the ancient scriptures come alive for contemporary seekers of God. The sermons featured in the four-book series Revealing Scripture, Authentic Life were all preached for the people of St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado. Peter is married to Julia, a therapist, leadership development coach, and retreat facilitator. They have two adult children. Peter is also an avid hiker. He has backpacked the 500-mile Colorado Trail and climbed 47 of the 54 “14ers”—peaks in Colorado that exceed 14,000 feet in elevation. In 2019, Peter will step down from his rectorship at St. Ambrose to pursue the next part of his calling and begin a walk across the United States, raising money for four non-profits that provide a bright future for children.
Pictured here: Peter A. Munson below Mt. Audubon in the Indian Peaks west of Boulder, Colorado.
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Books by Peter A. Munson with Maureen Hogg
Revealing Scripture, Authentic Life
A four book series presents sermons preached by Peter A. Munson at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado. The selections are the best of 230 pieces inspired solely by Scripture as used in the service for the day. They discuss cross-cultural, cross-denominational themes to make the ancient Scripture come alive for a more authentic life. The series speaks to both practicing Christians who seek a deeper connection with God and to the uninitiated in Christianity who seek a better understanding of the teachings. Book 1 focuses on grace as God’s presence in contemporary life. Book 2 examines how to find that presence and the way to a more authentic life. Book 3 explores the messages and messengers we encounter who reveal God’s presence in contemporary life. Book 4 reveals how we can incorporate grace, discovery, and messages for the ultimate integration of all experiences for greater fulfillment. Fully annotated with narrative notes and source citations, the series was edited by Maureen Hogg.