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Achieving Peace in the Denominational Minefield (MP3)
Sometimes in the midst of people's efforts to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, different faith perspectives collide and even damage ministries. Examine, along with Dale Wiebe, the pressures a ministry can face when these differing perspectives converge at camp. What’s going on? Can you manage this--and how?

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Dale Wiebe was born in 1963 and grew up farming in a Mennonite village in southern Manitoba. He took over the farm, got married and continued farming for almost twenty years. In 2002 his family began working for Winkler Bible Camp and their responsibility was to start a remote camp in northwest Ontario. They started the camp and after three years he was hired to be the Executive Director of WBC. He is currently in his tenth year as director. He and his wife Candace have three grown children.

In 2013 he completed “Crest Leadership Certificate Program,” which is aimed specifically at midlife leaders. Winkler Bible Camp is a year round facility. During the months of July and August they host over 2100 campers. Before and after summer they host schools, businesses, and Church groups and youth groups. They are a non-denominational camp set in the heart of a conservative Mennonite agricultural community.

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