Meet Dan Wilt

Dan Wilt is the co-author of Sheltering Mercy | Prayers Inspired by the Psalms (Brazos), and is a writer, speaker, worship leader, poet, songwriter, and encourager of Christians in many streams of the Church.

Over 30 years, Dan has impacted thousands in the US, UK, Canada, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, and Brazil with his unique blend of Spirit-filled teaching and ancient-future faith. Drawing from many traditions of the Church, Dan explores topics such as finding our identity in the love of God, following the way of Jesus, worship, the Spirit-filled life, and creativity.

He is part of the Vineyard and Anglican communions of the Church, and has taught in conferences, university settings, seminaries, and churches across the world. Dan is a doctoral candidate at Asbury Theological Seminary in KY, USA and holds degrees from Messiah University (B.A. Religion and Philosophy), St. Stephen’s University (M.Min. Classical Christian Spirituality and Formation). He has also studied at the Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem (Notre Dame) and the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies.

Dan lives with his wife Anita outside of Nashville, TN, and they have three grown children.



Dan is available as a speaker for in-person and online conferences, seminars, and workshops. He is also available as a worship leader for events. As he is limited in the amount of events he can do each year, please send as much detail as possible in your request help us discern the invitation.

 To contact Dan for speaking requests, please email with “Speaking Request” in the subject line, and in the body include the a) event name, b) dates, c) times and amount of sessions requested, d) any expense information, and e) who the event is intended to reach. He’ll be back in touch within 14 days.

We look forward to prayerfully considering partnering with you in your event.

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