Pastor Dan began his tenure at Greenlaw Baptist Church in March 2014. Dan has served as Pastor in two churches in Arizona and as the Director for Relevant Gospel, an evangelistic ministry.
Pastor Dan and Nikki have been married for 18 years and have four children: Samantha, Jenifer, Daniel, and Matthew. They enjoy biking, hiking, swimming, and playing board games.
Dan received a Bachelor of Science from ASU in 2001, a Master of Divinity from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in 2010, and is expected to complete a Doctor of Ministry in Church Revitalization in 2015. He enjoys weight training, running, mountain biking, reading, and playing with his children.
Dan's Pandora account includes music from the 50's, 80's, Kutless, Disciple, Red, and David Crowder.
Pastor Dan is excited to lead Greenlaw Baptist Church in reaching Flagstaff and the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ through intentional ministry and authentic faith.
Q: What is your favorite sport to watch on TV? A: Beach Volleyball Q: Have you ever dyed your hair? A: What hair...? Q: What is your favorite day of the year? A: Thanksgiving Day Q: Who is your favorite person in the bible? A: Aside from Jesus, the Prophet Jeremiah. He lived a life and ministry of radical obedience. Q: Favorite verse? A: Psalm 46:10
Pastor Dan's Philosophy of Ministry: I believe that Jesus Christ should be at the center of every ministry of the church. These ministries include: Worship, Bible Study, Discipleship, Evangelism, Prayer and programs for all ages. I believe my primary role as Pastor is to lead the church by teaching and example. I preach with the purpose of glorifying Jesus through the exposition of the scriptures and education of His church. I personally interact with the church through counseling, visitation and participation in various programs.
Pictured: Dan Rogers (38) and his wife, Nikki, Samantha (13), Jenifer (11), Daniel (7), and Matthew (5).
Greenlaw Baptist is extremely grateful to Mitch McDonald, Church Evangelism Facilitator with the Arizona Southern Baptist Convention for his role in acting as Transitional Pastor and helping us get to the point of calling a pastor. Mitch, you'll remain in our hearts forever.