About

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My name is Steve Dunn (although my mother named me Stephen). I am a veteran pastor of over 40 years, a husband to Dianne for pretty much the same amount of time.  We have raised four children and now dote on seven great grandchildren.  I have been a denominational staff person, a university and seminary adjunct, a denominational president, a pastor or an intentional interim pastor for eight different congregations in Ohio, Indiana, and Pennsylvania ranging in size from about 80 to over 700.  I have served in cross-cultural mission settings among the Navajos and in Haiti.  I received a D. Min. in 2005 with a 400 page project entitled “Fanning into Flame–How the Holy Spirit Leads a Church to an Outward Focus.”

I have written in many forms and in January 2015 had my first book published called The Bridgebuilders Principle.”  I am a prolific blogger–writing or contributing to more than a dozen blogs.

My twin passions are evangelism/discipleship and healthy churches.

I am the designer of the Bridgebuilders Seminar-Helping Churches Reach Their Unchurched Neighbors.

These days my calling from God has me involved in two  ministries.

I am the Director of Bridgebuilders Ministries, a consulting/equipping ministry that focuses on evangelism, discipleship, healthy churches and leadership development. Through this I am involved in coaching pastors and church planters.

I am an Intentional Interim Pastor with the Eastern Regional Conference of the Churches of God.  I currently the Penbrook Church of God in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

I am the Academic and Institutional Liaison for the Scotland PA location of Winebrenner Theological Seminary.  This, however, comes to an end in August as they are closing thier Pennsylvania campus. I still the Findlay OH-based seminary as an Adjunct Professor for Winebrenner teaching in the Master of Arts in Practical Theology, Master of Divinity programs, and the Pastoral Training Institute.

 

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