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Daniel Gluck

Daniel has served in higher education for most of his career. Before joining the faculty, he served as Jessup’s Director of Campus Ministries, starting with the Rocklin campus opening in 2004. Here, he was instrumental in expanding chapel, discipleship and outreach programs around the globe. Additionally, he served as adjunct faculty in several academic disciplines. Daniel holds a Ph.D. in Nonprofit Organizational Leadership from Eastern University, PA. He spent several months in Kenya, East Africa, conducting research on the Church’s role in peacemaking and ethnic reconciliation. Daniel’s now serves as Associate Professor and Lead Faculty for the B.A. in Christian Leadership in Jessup's School of Theology and Leadership. His academic expertise includes Organizational Leadership, Practical Ministry, African History, Peacemaking Studies, International Development and Music. He is passionate about the impact of intercultural trends on areas across the curriculum. Daniel has worked extensively with nonprofits, serving in over 30 countries worldwide. Additionally, he is a frequent presenter at churches, retreats and conferences. Daniel lives in Roseville with his wife Alyssa, and three children.

The End of Poverty

In 2005, economist Jeffrey Sachs published a book called The End of Poverty. In it, he outlined how the Western world could alleviate extreme poverty by 2025 if certain measures are taken (especially increased aid). Sachs’ book inspired responses ranging... Continue Reading →

3 Leadership Temptations

Greetings from Jessup Leadership! This week, Daniel Gluck shares a short video about 3 Leadership Temptations experienced by Jesus himself, and why they are important for leaders in our current cultural climate. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbdLKSbdWpQ

The Big Picture

Happy New Year from Jessup Leadership! This week, people across the world commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Certainly, King influenced significant change in the civil rights climate in the United States. Before his death, he prayed... Continue Reading →

Merry Christmas from Jessup Leadership!

Greetings from Jessup Leadership! We've reached the end of another year. Before taking a break for the holidays, we wanted to express our genuine thanks for your partnership over the past year. Thank you for joining us in the dialogue... Continue Reading →

Giving and Receiving

On a recent Tuesday in November, amidst a hectic semester, something unexpected assaulted my week. I enjoy cycling, and a complication from a crash 18 months back surfaced out of nowhere. Pain ravaged my hip, eventually driving me to crutches... Continue Reading →

Leaders Who Stand

Today, Christians around the world celebrate the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. On this day in 1517, German priest and theologian Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of his church, challenging the religious systems of his... Continue Reading →

Friday Quote – Reconciliation

"Emphasize reconciliation, not resolution. It is unrealistic to expect everyone to agree about everything. Reconciliation focuses on the relationship, while resolution focuses on the problem. When we focus on reconciliation, the problem loses significance and often becomes irrelevant." - Rick... Continue Reading →

Leaders as Reconcilers

I woke today feeling the weight of the socially and politically charged environment in which we live. Men with guns fire into random crowds. Tweeters rant on social media, shooting back and forth like a Wimbledon match. “Breaking News” explodes... Continue Reading →

3for3 Interview Series – Pastor Joy Johnson

Greetings from Jessup Leadership! This week, we resume our Jessup "3for3" Interview series with our friend Joy Johnson. Enjoy! BIOGRAPHY - Pastor Joy Johnson is the founder of Life Matters, Inc and the President of Sacramento Area Congregations Together (ACT),... Continue Reading →

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