Family: Steve grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. After graduation from Southeastern College of the Assemblies of God he traveled to Germany in 1981 to learn the German language. In 1983 he worked with a German mission which focused on serving the needs of the suffering church behind the Iron Curtain. In 1986 Steve was appointed as a Missionary in Training by the Assemblies of God Division of Foreign Missions and worked with missionaries Harold and Agnes Schmitt in Munich, Germany. During this internship Steve met Astrid, a German citizen from the Frankfurt area and a registered nurse. They were married in Munich on July 23, 1988. The Dunn’s have two adult children, Jacqueline and Sorin.
Ministry: Steve and Astrid began their first full term of ministry as Assemblies of God missionaries in 1990 serving together with a German pastor at the Charismatic Center in Munich. From this church base support was given to new church starts in the cities of Rosenheim and Bad Tölz.
In August 1995, the Dunn’s moved north of Munich to start a new church in the city of Moosburg. A year later on October 5th New Life Free Christian Church in Moosburg was officially established. Today more than a hundred people make this their church home. On April 22, 2007 a newly built church facility was dedicated. The Dunn’s were also instrumental in launching a church plant in the neighboring city of Erding.
In response to the growing number of refugees coming into Germany, ministry outreach was started to assist people in local asylum residences, many of whom come from Muslim countries.
From 2004 to 2017 Steve was part of the leadership team of the South Bavarian German Pentecostal Churches and presbyter of the North-East Section. Since 2006 he has served on the Executive Committee of the German Pentecostal Foreign Missions Board.
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