no more

Silence

Monday, September 9, 2019 | 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

OVERVIEW

This one-day conference for ministry leaders addresses how churches can appropriately handle a woman’s accusation of sexual harassment and abuse within the church. How should leaders respond? How can leaders create proper expectations for those involved as to how the church must address such a matter organizationally, legally, and carefully? 

This conference addresses the multiple angles and the complex layers of a serious, all-too-common problem. Don’t miss the practical discussions that will help ministry leaders provide refuge for those who have experienced abuse. Learn how to protect, care, and steward in a godly manner.

A WOMAN WHO CAME FORWARD

Vonda and Scott Dyer have 60 years of combined experience in creative leadership, working for and with some of the most influential churches, companies, nonprofits, and institutions in the world. Vonda and Scott have a passion for the local church and for integrity and humility in leadership.

Both Vonda and Scott served on staff at Willow Creek for a combined 20+ years. Vonda is known as woman of strength, character, and honesty. Vonda is currently the chief creative officer at Minerva Consulting, an integrated communication services firm, and Scott is the lead pastor of extension ministries and worship at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship. They live in suburban Dallas with their two daughters.

DETAILS

No More Silence will take place on Monday, September 9, 2019 and will begin at 9:00 a.m. with doors opening at 8:30 a.m. Coffee and lunch will be provided. The event will take place in Cambell Academic Center (Lamb Auditorium) at Dallas Theological Seminary (3909 Swiss Ave, Dallas, TX 75204). 

Location

Schedule

8:30 am

Registration Opens

9:00 am

VOnda + scott dyer

10:20 Am

mitch little

11:30 am

Lunch

12:30 pm

nicholas pearce

1:30 Pm

Bea Rosenhauch

2:30 pm

closing

SPECIALIST SPEAKERS

Mitch Little

Mitch Little counsels individuals and business organizations in state and federal courts in Texas and beyond, with an emphasis on cases involving securities fraud. 

Having a variety of experience dealing with victims of oil and gas promotional fraud, Ponzi schemes, and all types of investment theft, Mr. Little has represented investors from all over the United States. Mr. Little has represented clients in disputes across a wide array of other industries, including real estate, construction, retail, manufacturing, and technology. 

He has been recognized as a thought leader by his peers and has been published in the magazine Texas Lawyer and the Dallas Bar Association’s Headnotes publication.

Mitch Little counsels individuals and business organizations in state and federal courts in Texas and beyond, with an emphasis on cases involving securities fraud. 

Having a variety of experience dealing with victims of oil and gas promotional fraud, Ponzi schemes, and all types of investment theft, Mr. Little has represented investors from all over the United States. Mr. Little has represented clients in disputes across a wide array of other industries, including real estate, construction, retail, manufacturing, and technology. 

He has been recognized as a thought leader by his peers and has been published in the magazine Texas Lawyer and the Dallas Bar Association’s Headnotes publication.

Dr. Nicholas Pearce

A scholar, entrepreneur, and pastor, Dr. Nicholas Pearce is an award-winning clinical professor of management and organizations at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, the founder & chief executive officer of The Vocati Group, a global executive advisory consultancy, and assistant pastor of Chicago’s historic, 12,000-member Apostolic Church of God. He is the author of The Purpose Path: A Guide to Pursuing Your Authentic Life’s Work, released nationwide in April 2019 by St. Martin’s Press. 

Dr. Pearce is an internationally recognized thought leader on the practice of leadership in organizations and has served as a trusted adviser, executive coach, and keynote speaker for corporations, nonprofits, churches, and governments on six continents. He frequently contributes his thought leadership in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, CNN, Forbes, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, and NPR, among other global media outlets. 

Dr. Pearce is deeply committed to giving back to his community, serving as a trustee of the Field Foundation, Fuller Theological Seminary, McCormick Theological Seminary, and the Chicago Children’s Museum. He has been recognized for his impact as a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow and has also been named one of Chicago’s 40 Game Changers under 40.

A scholar, entrepreneur, and pastor, Dr. Nicholas Pearce is an award-winning clinical professor of management and organizations at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, the founder & chief executive officer of The Vocati Group, a global executive advisory consultancy, and assistant pastor of Chicago’s historic, 12,000-member Apostolic Church of God. He is the author of The Purpose Path: A Guide to Pursuing Your Authentic Life’s Work, released nationwide in April 2019 by St. Martin’s Press. 

Dr. Pearce is an internationally recognized thought leader on the practice of leadership in organizations and has served as a trusted adviser, executive coach, and keynote speaker for corporations, nonprofits, churches, and governments on six continents. He frequently contributes his thought leadership in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, CNN, Forbes, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, and NPR, among other global media outlets. 

Dr. Pearce is deeply committed to giving back to his community, serving as a trustee of the Field Foundation, Fuller Theological Seminary, McCormick Theological Seminary, and the Chicago Children’s Museum. He has been recognized for his impact as a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow and has also been named one of Chicago’s 40 Game Changers under 40.

Bea Rosenhauch

Bea Rosenhauch, PHR, is the director of human resources for Pine Cove, a large group of Christ-centered camps in Texas and South Carolina that serve over 40,000 campers each summer. Bea was the first woman on the leadership council at Pine Cove, which now also has a female chair of the board.

She has 15 years of HR experience in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors, including ministry work in camps, an adult care facility, and a Christ-centered English as a second language school overseas. Bea also led a human resources consulting firm and worked in HR for oil & gas and biotechnology companies. Her experiences growing up in the very multicultural Toronto, Canada area provided a valuable foundation for her approach to diversity and inclusion at Pine Cove.

She is currently completing her masters in leadership, strategy, and management from Michigan State. Bea has lived across Canada, worked in New Hampshire and Taiwan, and now proudly calls herself a Texan. She is married to Royce, a Jewish-Christian small-business owner and disc golf enthusiast.

Bea Rosenhauch, PHR, is the director of human resources for Pine Cove, a large group of Christ-centered camps in Texas and South Carolina that serve over 40,000 campers each summer. Bea was the first woman on the leadership council at Pine Cove, which now also has a female chair of the board.

She has 15 years of HR experience in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors, including ministry work in camps, an adult care facility, and a Christ-centered English as a second language school overseas. Bea also led a human resources consulting firm and worked in HR for oil & gas and biotechnology companies. Her experiences growing up in the very multicultural Toronto, Canada area provided a valuable foundation for her approach to diversity and inclusion at Pine Cove.

She is currently completing her masters in leadership, strategy, and management from Michigan State. Bea has lived across Canada, worked in New Hampshire and Taiwan, and now proudly calls herself a Texan. She is married to Royce, a Jewish-Christian small-business owner and disc golf enthusiast.

We look forward to seeing YOU there!

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