Rev. Daniel Teerman has been a Christian worker for over 27 years, during which he has served as an Educator and Leader. Daniel and his family served as educators to the Chamorro people in Guam. He has also trained national leaders in community development and worked among the refugees in Uganda. He is a graduate of Kuyper College, Western Theological Seminary and has studied at Jerusalem University College. He is currently writing his dissertation on how to understand the ancient contexts of Scripture to participate in transforming modern contexts, including translation. He is the author of two publications: Discipleship Coaching Journal, and: Where Do I Begin?
Daniel, and his wife, Sherry, have been married for 27 years and have 4 children. Daniel is a Physical Trainer on the side and enjoys the gym, hiking, and being outdoors. Having a love for stories he finds joy in reading books and watching movies. Daniel has led several hundred people on learning experiences domestically and abroad, and has traveled extensively in Israel, Palestine and to the ends of the earth.