Fragments: God's Pattern in Life's Pieces

FRAGMENTS. Pieces of everyday life. The seemingly mundane and normal. But...what if you viewed the fragments of life with a divine perspective?

In this book, you'll find yourself inspired by Dan's ability to connect The Almighty and His divine plan with the fragmented occurences of life. Work, marriage, family, and play all provide a unique perspective on life and relationship to God. More

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About Dan Wolgemuth

Daniel S. Wolgemuth currently serves as the ninth President of Youth for Christ/USA.

Dan was raised in Wheaton, Illinois, and is a graduate of Taylor University, Upland, Indiana. Dan and his wife, Mary, have a long and rich history with the Youth for Christ organization that helped to foster their love for the mission of YFC. Dan’s father, Sam, served as President of Youth for Christ/USA from 1965–1973. Dan has served on the National Board of Trustees from 1995 to present. In addition, Dan has served as a volunteer with YFC in Fort Wayne, Indiana and YFC Nashville, Tennessee.

Prior to joining Youth for Christ, Dan worked in a variety of roles for several corporations. Most recently as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for HNTB Companies, Kansas City, Missouri, which is a prominent national engineering and architectural consulting firm. He also served as Vice President and CIO at General Electric, Overland Park, Kansas for eight years.

Dan serves on the Board of Trustees of Taylor University and is a member at Colorado Community Church in Denver. Dan has written and spoken extensively, and sends a weekly email devotional titled, “Friday Fragments,” to over three thousand recipients. He is also the author of The Monday Memo.Com (2000).

Dan and Mary have been married for over thirty years and have three married children and are the proud grandparents of four grandchildren who all live in the Denver area.

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