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Duke and Sue Taber


About Duke and Sue

Pastor Duke Taber is a recognized Christian author, journalist, church planter and Vineyard pastor. He has been a believer in Jesus for 33 years, and has been a pastor for over 20 years. Duke has planted a number of churches throughout the Western United States, including Gresham, Oregon; Ely, Nevada; and Pinoche, Nevada, Pine Haven Wyoming and currently serves as Senior Pastor at The Vineyard Church in San Carlos

Duke is a regular contributor to a number of Christian publications, and is a featured syndicated blogger at The Christian Post and Believe.com. He has authored a number of books available on Amazon and Nook bookstores, and can be read at Viral Believer. Duke is also the founder of a Christian Social network, called Christian Faithbook.

Pastor Duke Taber and Sue Ristesund were married on July 6th 2013, after what Duke calls a “Holy Spirit-led courtship.”

“For years I had asked God to send someone to me that was just as passionate about Him as I was, and here was Sue. As much as I may have doubted what was before me, I felt God saying ‘I brought her here, right to your doorstep as you asked…what are you waiting for?'”

Together, Duke and Sue have 4 grown children from previous marriages.

Sue is no stranger to living in and serving the the Church. A graduate of Charis Bible College, Sue has led Women’s Bible Studies, Street Prayer and Evangelism Teams, Drama and Dance Teams and Healing Ministries Teams. Sue has also participated in short-term global missions trips to Mexico, England, Scotland and Russia.


4 Comments on “Duke and Sue Taber

  1. Pastor Taber, thank you so much for a dynamic and timely article: How to Walk Boldly Into Your Next Assignment. Wow, thank you and may God continue to bless you as you continue to bless others.

  2. Prayer for Digestion – no hunger or appetite to eat much. Need a miracle and breakthrough.

  3. Hi, I recently read an article by yourself regarding “when the enemy comes in like a flood”. In the article you mentioned the “Hebrew word Nuwe” and said it meant, ” to fly on horseback”. I cannot find where you got this translation from. Please can you provide a point of reference for me. God Bless.

  4. Pastor, im in the process of entering a new season in my life and have read your articles about an open door and our next spiritual assignment many times. When i find myself getting in a rush or impatient i read them again. Thanks for the good words. Arthur

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