Pastor Judith Sanders Dye
Pastor Judith Sanders Dye serves on the Advisory Board of An Olive Branch. She is a United Methodist Clergy (Retired) of Nebraska Annual Conference, and is a trained and experienced mediator/facilitator in basic, church, multicultural (Hispanic/Native American) and community conflict management.
- Judith advocated for conflict resolution legislation in Nebraska and was the founding chair of the Nebraska Justice Center board of directors, a community conflict management center for 24 counties in northeast Nebraska.
- She was trained in Family Systems Theory by the Center for Pastoral Studies of the Rockies.
- Judith is an active participant in a United Methodist Church contemplative covenant community.
- She authors a weekly column titled “Ponderings.”
- She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and a Master of Arts in Teaching degree.
- Judith is an educator, former farm woman, farm crisis hotline staffer, rural missionary, and a rural and multicultural justice advocate.
- She has three children, six grandchildren, and two Hispanic sons-in-law.
- Her avocations include writing, traveling the blue roads, and old movies.