want to serve you anyway that we can. To schedule a concert,
we make no financial requirements to come to your church.
We believe that all needs of this full time ministry are met in
the name of Jesus. If you would like to sow a love offering
into our ministry to help in the meeting of our needs, we will receive
it gratefully in the name of Jesus. If not, we are more than
happy to freely sow our ministry into the lives of your people.
It would be an honor for Daniel to have the opportunity to use the
gifts and anointing that the Lord has given him to inspire and encourage
your congregation in their walk with the Lord.
sponsoring concerts need to have the sanctuary or auditorium available
for equipment setup, sound-checks and prayer 2 to 3 hours before
the start of the service. A large table should be made available
for Danielís books, tapes and CDs. If possible an overhead
projector for worship lyrics (and someone to operate it) should
be provided. A power point presentation of the song lyrics is also
available for churches using computer fed projection systems.
We want to
help you reach out to bring visitors into your church. We
offer full color posters, (like the one above) customized with date,
time and place, that you can post throughout your church and in
your community. We can also provide a customized black and
white handout that you can copy and distribute. If you have
a Christian radio station in your area we can provide a script that
can be used for a free public service announcement. In some
cases we can also produce a customized 30 second spot for the radio.
We want to do everything we can to help you in making this event
a memorable, life changing evening.
For scheduling availability, call Daniel at (417)
866-2350 or email
If this link does not produce a blank email with your computer setup,
email danielministries at gmail dot com with your email
program. (Note: I spelled
it out to prevent this email address from being detected by internet
spiders and being added to spam lists. The "at"
is the @ symbol and "dot" obviously is . )