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Steve and Mary Prokopchak, as members of the DOVE International Apostolic Council, help to provide oversight and direction for DOVE churches in the United States, the Caribbean and the South Pacific region. They also serve on the DOVE USA Team. A Christian family and marriage counselor for many years, Steve earned his Master of Human Services degree from Lincoln University. Mary is a registered nurse and still works part-time in her field. She also serves as a small group leader. Active in politics, Mary’s personal cause is to see an end to abortion

Steve and Mary’s vision and hearts’ cry is to see people made whole in their personal lives, marriages and families. Countless individuals have been affected via Steve and Mary’s training, whether it is one-on-one or through seminars, conferences, marriage retreats and written materials. They travel regularly, ministering in churches across the nation and internationally, giving people the various leadership and counseling tools they need.

Steve and Mary wrote Called Together, a unique workbook specifically designed for couple-to-couple mentoring use and are presently writing Staying Together. Steve also authored a series of booklets called People Helping People on counseling topics suitable for small groups. He co-authored the book The Biblical Role of Elders for Today’s Church and is the author of the books Counseling Basics and In Pursuit of Obedience. Steve has had articles published in Charisma Magazine, Ministries Today and Cell Group Journal.

Steve and Mary have been married for 38 years and have three married children. They enjoy one grandchild. Their home is in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. They thoroughly enjoy week-end get-aways in the mountains, a good NASCAR race and praying together.

Books and Resources by Steve Prokopchak
Called Together Pre-and post-marital Mentoring Workbook
In Pursuit of Obedience
The Biblical Role of Elders in Today’s Church
Evaluation Tools
Counseling Basics

People Helping People Series
Be Angry and Sin Not
Recognizing Emotional Dependency
Thinking Right in a World that Thinks Wrong
Resolving Conflicts in Marriage

Tracts
Who I Am In Christ
Praying for My Spouse
Praying for My Children
Maggie’s Self-esteem