You are a ministry leader.

Whether you’re a pastor, seminary student, staff member, or volunteer, you are a vital part of God’s work in your community.

You are called.

Your ministry work isn’t about money, titles, or fame. You do this work because it is a calling. You do it because you can’t not do it.

But sometimes you need help.

You’ve heard the saying: God doesn’t call the equipped but equips the called. This is a reality of ministry — you’re good at many things, but no one is good at everything.

Because how we communicate is expanding.

In the Bible, God used everything from angels to talking donkeys to the Incarnation to share the good news with us. The foundation of our faith doesn’t change, but the way in which we communicate does. This is as true today as it has ever been.

That’s where I come in.

My name is Dan Wunderlich, and I am a United Methodist extension minister with pastoral experience in the local church and college campus ministry. My goal is to help you better reach the communities around you — especially emerging generations.

I’m here to help.

I create resources that help with worship, creativity, and communication. You will find practical tools and ideas for preaching, worship planning, social media, design, and more!

That’s where I come in.

My name is Dan Wunderlich, and I am a United Methodist extension minister with pastoral experience in the local church and college campus ministry. My goal is to help you better reach the communities around you — especially emerging generations.

I’m here to help.

I create resources that help with worship, creativity, and communication. You will find practical tools and ideas for preaching, worship planning, social media, design, and more!

Let’s do this together.

I believe in you. I believe in the God that called you and I to this work. Engage the ideas, apply the tools, and join the conversation. Let’s see what we can create together.

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