Steve Breedlove

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The Right Reverend
Steve Breedlove
Presider Bishop of the PEARUSA
Church Anglican
Diocese PEARUSA (missionary district)
In office 2012-present
Predecessor See created
Consecration 29 October 2012
by Robert Duncan

Steven Steve Breedlove is an American Anglican bishop. He has been married to Sally since 1972 and they have five children and nine grandchildren.

He was born in Tyler, Texas. He attended Washington and Lee University and has the Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. He served in parishes in the United States and Canada. He was the founding rector of All Saints Church, Chapel Hill - Durham, in North Carolina.[1] He was also the founder and director of the Anglican Missional Pastor leadership program development.

After the withdrawal of the Anglican Mission in the Americas, Breedlove was unanimously elected the first Presider Bishop pro term of the PEARUSA, the new missionary district of the Anglican Church of Rwanda in the United States, a dual church body of the Anglican Church of Rwanda and the Anglican Church in North America, being installed in 11 June 2012. Bishop Breedlove consecration took place in 29 October 2012, in Denver, Colorado, by Archbishop Robert Duncan.[2]

He is the co-writer, with his wife, Sally Breedlove, and Ralph and Jennifer Ennis, of The Shame Exchange - Trading Shame for God's Mercy and Freedom (2009), on the subjects of shame and guilt.


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