Associate Generosity Strategist
Meet Dan McConnell
Dan McConnell is an associate generosity strategist with over 10 years of ministry and leadership experience. Prior to joining Generis, Dan served in a variety of roles in the local church, including student ministry, small groups, creative arts, and most recently as executive pastor.
Dan uses his ministry experience along with his gifts of leadership, strategy, and administration to serve churches in their most pivotal seasons. He is passionate about helping every church fulfill the unique vision that God has for them by increasing and developing generosity through a customized approach.
Dan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Practical Theology from Southeastern University. He and his wife, Kayla, reside in Columbus, OH.
No matter the size of your God-inspired dreams, it can be daunting to think about chasing down the necessary resources. The truth is that while vision almost always exceeds current realities, the means to support your vision is within your grasp.
With Generis, you’re not alone. Our customized Campaign approach will help you assess, rethink and reframe your current reality, allowing you to reach your specific goals while also establishing a foundation for increased generosity overall.
Let’s be honest; there are times when one-on-one guidance, encouragement and accountability brings out the best in us and accelerates our ability to chase down those big, audacious dreams. The Generis Coaching experience is designed to align with your greatest needs and is delivered over a period of time that makes the most sense for you.
From time to time, it can be extremely helpful to analyze the habits of your overall giving climate to see what is currently working as well as where opportunities for a culture of generosity to increase might exist.
The Generosity Assessment is a one-day experience that provides a thorough assessment of your church’s effectiveness and reveals new opportunities for creating a culture of generosity. Think of it like an x-ray into the giving perspective of the church.