Dan Sanchez
Minneapolis, MN

Lover of God, husband, father to THE princess and a cowboy, designer, code slinger, and marketing director at Bethany Global University where I work to mobilize missionaries to take the church to where it is not.


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God Marketing

Marketing Jesus: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By on March 13, 2017

Marketing + Jesus

These are two words you rarely see together, yet it happens every day. From churches advertising John 3:16 on the local billboard to the televangelist preaching to the masses, Jesus is being made known through a modern means.

In fact, marketing Jesus is an industry of its own.

A…


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Marketing

Marketing Missions: How God is Working Through Social Media

By on February 23, 2017

Social Media.

Whether you like it or hate it, as a Christian there is something you need to know — God is using it.

Whether you like it or hate it, as a Christian there is something you need to know — God is using it. At Bethany Global University, we have seen…


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God Uncategorized

Letting Minnesota Get in the Way of My Calling

By on February 10, 2017

Quick update on why I choose to come to come work at Bethany Global University how I almost missed the biggest opportunity of my life.

NOTE: I am super new to recording myself as well as video production, so I apologise for rambling and jump cuts. We all have to…


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Writing

I have a confession…

By on January 24, 2017

Eight years ago I set out to start a blog and for eight I have procrastinated writing content for it. In that procrastination, I learned how to tweak the design settings, optimize the site for conversions, and how to get the site ranked in google. I learned how to…


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Uncategorized Writing

Deconstructing the Art of Writing: How I plan to up my game as a writer.

By on April 30, 2015
Last week, I started a journey to improve my writing skills and after reading through 3 classics on the subject (Elements of Style, Writing That Works, and On Writing Well) I have developed a beginning framework to