Bring Daniel Christian to your church!
The show weaves scripture and personal testimony with award-winning original songs. Send a message today to learn how to host Daniel in concert!
“Christian reiterates biblical truths in his accessible and enjoyable songs. It takes wisdom to speak so boldly and clearly, which can only come from seeking God. Encouraging and uplifting!”
--Alpha Omega News
“Daniel blends an easy-going humility and talented professionalism with a biblically sound and probing word that will leave you entertained, thoughtful, educated, and wanting more. I, and my congregation, enjoyed his time with us immensely.”
--Pastor Tim Baldinger,
Messiah Lutheran Church
Charlotte North Carolina
"Daniel Christian is talented and gifted. My congregation was deeply impressed with his voice, guitar abilities, and inspiring lyrics, and they were clamoring for more. We relish each opportunity to hear Daniel's music."
–Rev. Jacob Buchholz,
First Plymouth Church
“Daniel always draws the largest crowd of any special event we host. His music speaks Truth with a capital “T". He engages the audience with warmth, and his sense of humor is top-shelf. He helps attendees connect as a community; everyone leaves feeling uplifted and joyful. We will certainly have him back again!”
--Rev. Dr. Eric Ford,
First United Methodist Church
“Listening to Daniel Christian is akin to mining gold. There is treasure in his lyrics, which pose thought-provoking questions, and gently lead the listener to consider how their beliefs fit into the larger world around them.
–Norfolk Daily News
“An incredible musician who brings a warm, inviting presence. Daniel reminds us that the Holy Spirit moves in humor and passion, as he seamlessly transitions from upbeat praise music to reflective songs from the heart. His original pieces are as riveting as his modern interpretations of old hymns. Our congregation requested his next appearance as soon as he hit his final note.”
--Rev. Jennifer Strickland
United Church of Christ
“Daniel’s music expresses deep faith and asks difficult questions in a way that honors and respects traditions and theology.”
--Rev. Duane Westing,
First Presbyterian Church
Pawnee City Nebraska