Daniel Sher

Daniel Sher was born and raised in Taiwan. After graduating from college with a major in civil engineering, he worked in a variety of jobs. He then went to the US for advanced studies in business administration in 1990 with his wife Joy and their two sons. To further pursue his calling, Daniel attended the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in 1992, with a focus on integrating mission and profession. At the same time, he began to develop an interest in studying leadership.

In 2001, after getting his PhD in intercultural studies, Sher started his seminary administration and teaching career, first with China Evangelical Seminary North America, and then with GETS Theological Seminary. His teaching focused mainly on missions and leadership.

Currently, Daniel Sher is the founder and president of an organization that focuses on equipping church leaders with leadership development and coming alongside as they serve and lead.

Supporting Article

Fatherhood, a Sacred Leadership Calling

Due to mistaken theological understandings regarding ministry and family, the importance of fatherhood is often neglected. The author discusses the role of the father and what it means to be an effective father.