Daniel grew up the son of a church-planter in New York City, attended Stony Brook University, and worked in the legal field in Manhattan, where he attended Redeemer Presbyterian Church where Tim Keller was Sr. Pastor. Captivated by Redeemer’s vision for church planting and ministering in cities, he helped plant Maranatha Grace Church in New Jersey while obtaining a Master of Arts in Religion at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is an alum of New City Fellows (class of 2018), and is excited to be able to serve and be a part of God’s work in Raleigh through the program.

Entrepreneurship in the Time of Coronavirus

What does it mean to be an entrepreneur in the time of COVID-19?   The question has come to mind lately as the New City Fellows* have been exploring what it means to be an entrepreneur as a follower of Christ. We’ve gotten to hear from Christian entrepreneurs like Holy Trinity’s Jesma and David Reynolds;…

Bill Gates, the Healing of Naaman and Human Ability

News broke this week that a secret startup led by Bill Gates achieved an incredible breakthrough in solar energy that may enable our most energy-intensive industries to drastically reduce their carbon footprint. It seems every day we find the marker for human achievement advanced further than imaginable. Which raises the question, what are the limits…

Keeping Faith in Our Witness

It’s a challenge to live as faithful witnesses of Christ. So I was pleased to recently discover help in a surprising place: the story of Abraham.   Abraham’s world was not so different from ours. He was called by God to sojourn in a place that was not his home, among people who believed differently,…