About Dan Holland


Dan and Beth in Texas

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What I’m doing

After spending most of 2018 in West Texas to help revitalize a church, God has taken me on a new adventure in Central Florida to serve as Director of Operations of North America for SoftWash Systems, Inc. where I am leading the way to launch regional service centers across North America.  At the same time, I am continuing my work as a Leadership Coach and get to serve with my life long friend Dr. Greg Wiens at Healthy Growing Leaders where we help leaders discover their A-Game.

Prior to heading out west, I enjoyed working with Real Life Christian Church launching Real Life UCF, Real Life Mount Dora, and Real Life SoDo (“South of Downtown” Orlando), and re-launching Real Life Longwood. 

Beth and I are also enjoying an exciting new season for our family. Our son Micah married Alyssa and they live in Oklahoma City and our daughter Ashley graduated college

My Book

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70 Seconds is available on Amazon in paperback or Kindle version.  For special offers and to schedule Dan to speak at your event or church visit

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Where I’ve been

By God’s grace my leadership influence crosses denominational, racial, cultural, age, educational and economic boundaries. My comfort with a blend of culture and race can be traced back to my early years. My father was an Air Force weather man who later embraced the call to preach. Because of his military and ministry career, I spent time living in various places in Europe and the Southwestern United States.

In my dad’s shadow I experienced various people, groups, and cultures; learning along the way how to cross cultural lines with the culture-crossing story of Jesus Christ. In Christ, barriers are broken down. 

I gathered many life stories during my childhood and young adult years. I find great pleasure in using these stories to make God’s story come alive. I have been privileged to share in various mission points throughout the US and the world including Russia, Kazakhstan, England, and Honduras. A God-directed progression of my ministry has been coaching fellow pastors from my pool of experience. I have also learned so much from each of these men of God. I do enjoy coaching pastors and working with churches to help clarify direction for the purpose of obtaining their desired results.  

My Education

Along with learning lessons about what it means to live by faith from life’s many experiences, I earned a few degrees along the way. I received an Associates of Arts degree from York College, Nebraska, and a Bachelor of Science and a Masters in Ministry from Oklahoma Christian University. In addition, as an intern/resident in The Institute of Practical Ministry in Dallas, Texas, I gained some invaluable hands-on training for which I am particularly grateful. I am also an alumnus of the Greater Orlando Leadership Foundation (GOLF). 


I have always enjoyed most sports. My favorite sports team is usually the one that’s winning at the time. I joined my son in Martial Arts training and now enjoy serving as a Certified Instructor of Tae Kwon Do under David Turnbull. For a time I become reacquainted with my childhood passion of dirt biking. Favorite pastimes I enjoy with my wife, Beth, and our two children, Micah and Ashley include camping, hiking, water sports and biking at the beautiful Florida beaches or in the mountains of Georgia. Oh yes, and music. We love music. Music from the past and present. From Country to Metal (What???) to Christian to Rock-n-Roll to musicals. With the exception of opera we pretty much run the gamut with music taste.

Favorite Scripture

I admit that it is a bit off of the beaten path of most favorite Bible verses. In fact, most people probably find it outright obscure.  

“But we prayed to our God and posted a guard day and night to meet the threat.” (Nehemiah 4:9)

Prayer and watchfulness, faith and action describe Nehemiah’s response to intimidation and discouragement. Like Nehemiah, each of us has to find balance to contend with real life difficulties as we fulfill God’s will for our life. Faith and action create balance that brings success over challenges.

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4 responses to “About Dan Holland

  1. Ricardo Quiroz

    December 1, 2013 at 4:10 am

    Hi Dan, This is Ricardo Quiroz, you baptized me back in 1997 at Metro and since adopted my new life in obedience and love for Christ. Thank you for making a great impact in my life when I needed it the most. Wishing you, Beth in the kids, many blessings during this Christmas Holidays. By the way, I would like to invite you to our Christmas Musical, “Worship the KING” this Saturday Dec 7th or Sunday Dec 8th at 6 pm at The First Baptist Church of Windermere (300 Main St, Downtown Windermere). I’ll be performing the Little Drummer Boy, hope to see you there.

    • danholland2819

      December 31, 2013 at 5:54 pm

      Hello Ricardo. I am sorry that I did not see your post until now. It is great to hear from you. I trust that your family is well. I would have loved to hear you perform the Little Drummer Boy! Many blessings brother! Dan

  2. Mike weaver

    January 22, 2014 at 5:50 pm

    Hey Dan, My name is Mike Weaver. I was a part of the flock at Metro. I was the Econ guy. This is the only way I found to contact you. I would like to ask you a question at your convenience.
    I enjoyed reading your blog.


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