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Making A Difference with Pottery

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Are you looking for real-world best practices and a model for giving locally through the Arts?

Join the conversation as we invite Dan Goddard, the Founder of the School of Pottery as he shares some insight, thought leadership and success stories for developing children, teens, families, and their communities through the language of the arts enabling them to reach their full potential.

About the Guest

Dan Goddard was born in Billings, Montana in 1960. He graduated from Minnesota Graduate School of Theology where he studied Theology and Counseling. In his early years from 1982-1999 Dan served with Randall Parr Ministries, The Upper Room Church, San Antonio, Texas, and Church On The Rock, Dallas, Texas. Following that, he worked with Greater Life Christian Fellowship in Dallas, Texas. He served as Pastor, Associate Pastor, and Youth Pastor early in his ministry.

From 1994-2004 Dan served in missions working in Development for Mercy Ships, and served as one of the founding board members with Arise & Rebuild Ministries. While with Arise & Build Ministries he served as the Executive Director and lead Pastoral Services. His time working with Arise & Rebuild Ministries continued bi-vocationally as he moved back into his Senior Pastor calling.From 2004-To Present Dan serves(ed) as the senior pastor of a two Free Methodist Churches, Allen Creek Neighborhood Church in Grants Pass, Oregon, and Martha’s Chapel in Deville, Louisiana. He also served as the Director of Development for Teen Mania Ministries.

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