Stacy Dyck

Writer & Speaker

 Stacy lived and served overseas sharing the gospel for 11 years.  She called Hungary, Czech Republic and Austria home during those years and taught students and women how to follow Jesus.  Stacy encourages women of all cultures to live a fruitful life for Christ.

By teaching the Bible in a personal and practical way, Stacy saw women come to Jesus and become disciple makers impacting the world around them.  She is a Bible study leader, women’s event speaker, author, blogger, disciple maker, chocolate cake baker, former missionary and tea enthusiast.  She is mostly wife and Mom.

Stacy desires all women who follow Christ to recognize their potential in serving Him and to use their God given gifts to impact the Kingdom of God in a fierce, feminine and fruitful way.

Habakkuk 3:19

The Sovereign Lord is my strength;
he makes my feet like the feet of a deer,
he enables me to tread on the heights.

Upcoming Speaking Events

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November 3, 2016

Hunters Glen Baptist Church
Plano, TX

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December 1, 2016

Christmas Tea

First Baptist Church
Keller, TX

Read My Book

Stepping Stone: Finding Life and Love in a Foreign Land

Follow the true story of a young woman as she travels to live abroad and in so doing finds herself and her future.

As Stacy lives in a small western Hungarian town, she experiences life in a whole new way. Follow her story and meet her quirky neighbors, taste the new cuisine and laugh at her cultural blunders. See how Stacy takes the most important aspect of her life — her faith — and shares it with those who are hurting and need it the most. Stepping Stone takes the reader on an enchanting journey of life and love. Sometimes the best things in life come about unexpectedly as Stacy discovers in Hungary.

Stepping Stone Book Cover

"I’ve read books and articles about missionaries and their experiences before. Some of them are pretty dry. Not this one."

— Michelle Lesley

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Overcoming My American Self

August 28, 2016

There are so many things my American self had to get over living overseas. So many. So many times I had to squelch an eye roll and sigh silently to myself. So many times I had to remember that different doesn’t equal wrong or crazy.

Read more on Velvet Ashes

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Stepping Stone: Finding Life and Love in a Foreign Land

July 12, 2016

All the walls around me were stark white as I stood in front of the doctor for my leprosy screen.  Yes, leprosy.  Yes, me wearing next to nothing for a leprosy screen.  I remembered thinking, “ I didn’t even know leprosy was still a thing.  Really?”

Read more on Missional Women

A photo by Leo Rivas-Micoud. unsplash.com/photos/R_BLOGXpsOg

What can I do about Refugees?

Feb 23, 2016

I’ve seen the pictures on the news of all the refugees carrying meager belongings searching not just for a new life free from bombs and persecution, but for a bed, a blanket, a cup of hot coffee. But I see the pictures sitting in Vienna, Austria — at the heart of this crisis.

Read more on The Michelle Lesley Blog

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