Ten years ago, Dalton Dueck joined the Jackson staff, and has been a valuable part of the team ever since. His experience in cross-cultural ministry, his kindness, and consistent character have been used by the Lord to impact the people around him. He is known for being an articulate teacher and a gracious mentor. Here is just a peek into his life:
Where are you from originally? Steinbach, Manitoba
When did you join the Jackson/Waukesha team? 2007
What is your favorite thing about serving at NTBI? The impact on the unreached – seeing students move toward people groups who’ve never heard the gospel.
What is something the student body might not know about you? I can speak low German and French.
At what point in your life were you convinced to become involved with missions? Here at NTBI. I was just persuaded by the Word and gained the knowledge here that there were unreached people groups, and felt compelled to go.
What’s your favorite place to eat in Jackson/Waukesha? Chilangos
What pastimes do you enjoy? Running/Reading
Do you have a “hero of the faith” that you admire, and if so, what about them is inspiring? My grandpa-he was a missionary in Paraguay at a time when it was way more challenging to be a missionary. He worked really hard to learn the heart language of the people. His years and years of faithfulness have been a real testimony to me.
Who is your favorite author or musician? Musician-Phil Keaggy //Author – Francis Shaeffer and William R. Newell
Where is your favorite place to spend time? Quebec City, Canada
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