Daniel is an ordained minister for 27 years and a certified JMT (John Maxwell Team) speaker, teacher, coach and trainer. Over the years, he has committed himself to helping individuals, leadership teams and companies reach their greatest goals by teaching them to individually tap into their God ordained potential.
Through his lighthearted, passionate approach, Daniel confronts the issues of personal development by showing through Scripture that once one discovers their divine calling and purpose, fulfillment is achieved and success is obtained. Daniel believes that "When you catch a glimpse of your potential, that's when passion is born."
Daniel is married to his college sweetheart, Lenise, and resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. He is the father of three amazing young adults: Taylor, Jordan and Aliyah.
Defining the Call explores the question, "How do you know if God is calling you or someone you love to ministry?" Is there a clear distinction between believers who are set apart for ministry compared to those called to a more secular direction of service?
In this book, Daniel looks at the unique character traits and giftings that individuals with a ministerial calling have, as well as the spiritual journey that each of them must take in order to identify possible weaknesses.
In doing so, Daniel looks at three of the familiar patriarchs of the Older Testament: Joseph, Moses and David, and discusses some of the trials they had to face and what lessons they learned in order to become the great Biblical leaders we've come to honor and love.
In studying these men's lives, one will discover that the very tests and trials that they endured are no different for those who have a calling to ministry.
"From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked." Luke 12:48