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Director of Transforming Practice...

Local Address: Pennsylvania, United States
Church of the Brethren
1451 Dundee Avenue
Elgin, Illinois 60120
United States

Company Description: On Earth Peace is a movement grounded in the Church of the Brethren dedicated to following the teaching of Jesus Christ in renewing and living out our biblical and...   more
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Employment History

  • Director of Transforming Practices
    Congregational Life Ministries

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The half-day event began with worship followed by a presentation by Stan Dueck, director of Transforming Practices for the Church of the Brethren. Then participants gathered in small groups to experience the Bible study process that is foundational to the VMJ process. The event concluded with a question and answer session so that participants could discuss the process with Dueck and district representatives. The church representatives were encouraged to return to their congregations and share their discoveries about VMJ. The Missional Renewal Commission will follow up with churches to check on their readiness to participate in this congregational vitality process.
Prior to the launch event, on Friday, Aug. 9, Dueck held a training session with resource people who have been called to serve as the district's VMJ coaches. The coaches will work with congregations that participate in the Vital Ministry process. Dueck will continue ongoing training with the coaches by way of scheduled web events.
Find out more about Vital Ministry Journey at www.brethren.org/congregationallife/vmj .
-- Stan Dueck is director of Transforming Practices, Congregational Life Ministries.
Church of the Brethren : Newsline
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Kim Ebersole, Donna Kline, and Stan Dueck of the Congregational Life Ministries staff for the Church of the Brethren
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www.brethren.org, 22 Aug 2013 [cached]
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Members of S. Ohio District engage in small group Bible study at the launch of the Vital Ministry Journey in August.
The half-day event began with worship followed by a presentation by Stan Dueck, director of Transforming Practices for the Church of the Brethren. Then participants gathered in small groups to experience the Bible study process that is foundational to the VMJ process. The event concluded with a question and answer session so that participants could discuss the process with Dueck and district representatives. The church representatives were encouraged to return to their congregations and share their discoveries about VMJ. The Missional Renewal Commission will follow up with churches to check on their readiness to participate in this congregational vitality process.
Prior to the launch event, on Friday, Aug. 9, Dueck held a training session with resource people who have been called to serve as the district's VMJ coaches. The coaches will work with congregations that participate in the Vital Ministry process. Dueck will continue ongoing training with the coaches by way of scheduled web events.
Find out more about Vital Ministry Journey at www.brethren.org/congregationallife/vmj .
-- This report was provided by Stan Dueck, director of Transforming Practices for the Church of the Brethren, on the staff of Congregational Life Ministries.
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www.brethren.org, 27 Dec 2012 [cached]
For more information about the webinar contact Stan Dueck at 800-323-8039 ext. 343 or sdueck@brethren.org .
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www.brethren.org, 27 Dec 2012 [cached]
For more information about the webinar contact Stan Dueck at 800-323-8039 ext. 343 or sdueck@brethren.org .
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Contributors to this issue of Newsline include John Ballinger, Stan Dueck, Philip E. Jenks, Donna Kline, Don Knieriem, Michael Leiter, Madalyn Metzger, Amy Mountain, Becky Ullom Naugle, Rose Stutzman, John Wall, David S. Young, and editor Cheryl Brumbaugh-Cayford, director of News Services for the Church of the Brethren.
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