Mrs. Stacie Dietsch earned her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Justice & Policy Studies (double major) from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC and an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. While at RTS, she met her husband, Peter Dietsch, now a church planter in Killeen and an Army Reserve Chaplain stationed at Ft. Hood. The Dietsch’s have been active in ministry for over 20 years and have four children.They have had the privilege of homeschooling their children since 2004. Stacie has been active in the homeschool communities in GA, NJ, and Midland, TX. In Midland, she served on the board of GECO homeschool co-op for two years and was a lead teacher. Their older two sons are entering their junior years in college (Belhaven University and Grove City College). Lydia (senior) and Titus (freshman) will be entering as new students at Providence this fall. Some lesser known facts about Mrs. Dietsch:
She spent two months in Mexico City, Mexico serving as a student short-term missionary. She has also been a short-term missionary in Moscow, Russia and Baden, Austria. Mrs. Dietsch is musically talented and plays guitar, sings and writes her own songs. She was a camp counselor for the YMCA in Raleigh, NC. She has led women’s, youth and children’s ministries and has worked with the homeless in Greensboro, NC, Pensacola, FL and Orlando, FL. She loves the Lord, her family, people, music, good literature & poetry, theological discussions, and good food.
Today the House of Elliot celebrated Elliot day! Elliot House is named for Elisabeth and Jim Elliot, and house members celebrated their house heroes on what would have been Jim’s 93rd birthday. ... See MoreSee Less