About Steve Dulin
About MasterPlan

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President and Founder of MasterPlan Ministries



Steve Dulin graduated from Rice University in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business. In 1990, he started Milestone Construction, Inc., an interior finish-out company, where he served as owner and president for 20 years. In 2009, he sold Milestone Construction to devote his time to ministering to business leaders in the church and throughout the world.


In 1996, Steve founded MasterPlan Business Ministries, a Christian organization dedicated to assisting Christian businessmen in fulfilling their God-given purpose in every area of life. Through events like The MasterPlan Business Seminar, discipleship groups and training programs, MasterPlan is equipping Christians to follow God’s way, strengthen their families and relationships, and build successful, principled businesses that testify to the world that God’s Ways Work.


In 2006, Steve was awarded King's College and Seminary's LASER Award by Dr. Jack Hayford. The LASER award honors leaders in the business community who are impacting the world as “Salt and Light.”


Steve is a founding elder at Gateway Church, a 30,000-person church in Southlake, Texas and is on the board of several non-profit ministries. In April 2013, Steve joined the Gateway Church staff to launch Gateway’s business ministry and equip leaders to be successful in the marketplace and advance the kingdom of God.


Steve and his wife, Melody, have been happily married for over thirty years and are blessed with two daughters: Kristin, who is married to Gabe, and Kassie.







 
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Jimmy Evans, Founder of Marriage Today:

Steve Dulin has been a close friend of mine for fifteen years. During that time I have developed a deep respect for him in many areas including business skills. I believe..."

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