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Director of Transforming Practice...

Phone: (717) ***-****  
Email: s***@***.org
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

Employment History

  • Director of Transforming Practices
    Congregational Life Ministries

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Missio AllianceUpcoming Events | | Church & Post-Christian Culture: Christian Witness in the Way of Jesus, 20 Sept 2014 [cached]
Stan Dueck is the Leadership/Personal Coach Director for Transforming Practices with Congregational Life Ministries of the Church of the Brethren. He is a certified practitioner/trainer in the area of Emotional Intelligence. He is ordained and has served as a pastor in the denomination.
Jonathan Shively, Stan Dueck, and Josh Brockway - Church of the Brethren
"The district invited congregations to ..., 29 Nov 2012 [cached]
"The district invited congregations to the (launch) event to learn more about the process," reported Stan Dueck, director of Transforming Practices for the Church of the Brethren. "Twenty-three congregations were represented at the event with an attendance of more than 80 people. Since the launch there have been two training sessions for the internal coaches who will be paired with participating churches in the district's Vital Ministry Journey process."
He added that district executive David Steele estimates five or six churches will begin the process after Jan. 1. Dueck is excited about connecting coaching with Vital Ministry Journey because Steele identified some very good people in the district to be coaches, and these individuals are motivated to participate in ongoing training events.
"Five to six churches is a very good start for Vital Ministry Journey in the district. With 5-6 congregations, each church can be on its own unique journey, and yet pastors, church leaders and members have opportunities to come together to celebrate and worship and share in collaborative learning experiences and conversation. It would be terrific to have a cluster of churches in the districts participating in Vital Ministry Journey at various intervals."
Dueck and Donna Kline of Congregational Life Ministries were leaders for a retreat of Northern Plains District on Oct. 12-14.
Dueck presented the Vital Ministry Journey to district leaders and interested congregations. "We received very encouraging feedback from the attendees," he said.
Other meetings are scheduled with additional districts who are interested, such as Illinois and Wisconsin District. Several congregations also have started the process on their own, including Newport Church of the Brethren in Shenandoah District, and Neighborhood Church of the Brethren in Illinois and Wisconsin District.
"What we've seen so far is that some of our more vital churches are attracted to the process," Dueck said, "and people are connecting to the Bible study material and process."
Newsline | Church of the Brethren [cached]
Kim Ebersole, Donna Kline, and Stan Dueck of the Congregational Life Ministries staff for the Church of the Brethren
Photo by Stan ..., 23 Aug 2013 [cached]
Photo by Stan Dueck
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 .
-- Stan Dueck is director of Transforming Practices, Congregational Life Ministries.
Stan ..., 27 Mar 2006 [cached]
Stan Dueck
Stan Dueck
Stan is a member of Congregational Life Ministries, provides pastor coaching and has developed the Vital Ministry Journey for congregational development.
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