A Little about Dan…
In 2005, I retired from the United States Air Force after a successful 20-year career. I served in a variety of positions, including missile operations, missile maintenance, international disarmament, and aircraft maintenance. My final assignment was serving as deputy commander for a group of 1200 airmen who keep our fleet of B-52 aircraft flying. I was also a college instructor for four years, teaching Air Force ROTC at Marquette University. All of these experiences helped to develop skills in leading, teaching, managing, mentoring, negotiating, and budgeting.
During that career, I served several churches in a variety of ways. I was an elder, deacon, teacher, supply preacher, and committee chairman in several places. My preaching opportunities even included six messages in a small church in Ukraine.
Since retiring from the Air Force, I have been involved in ministries in Indiana and Illinois while working on completing my Master of Divinity degree (with a specialty in preaching) from Lincoln Christian Seminary in Lincoln, Illinois. I completed that in 2009, graduating with honors.
I started doing mainly supply preaching, revival preaching, and leadership seminars in August of 2009. Since beginning that ministry, I have had the honor of preaching and/or teaching in churches in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming – and I look forward to further opportunities to preach revivals wherever I might be needed.
I am now serving the First Christian Church in Homosassa Springs, FL as their minister, since August 2012
- 1981: BA (Political Science), Indiana University
- 1988: MBA (Leadership and Management), University of South Dakota
- 2009: MDiv (Preaching) (With Honors), Lincoln Christian Seminary
- Age: Hmmm - let's just say the 50s aren't so bad, after all!; Married to Sandra since November, 1980
- One Daughter and Son-in-law, who are graduates of Kentucky Christian University (and one adorable grandson!)
Available upon request.