Rev. Dan McNerney is an Associate Director of Frontier Fellowship, a mission support group serving churches worldwide. Frontier Fellowship’s sole purpose is to advance the Good News of Jesus Christ to unreached people groups, wherever they can be found. Before joining Frontier Fellowship in 1996, Dan served as assistant pastor at the Winnetka Presbyterian Church in the northern suburbs of Chicago where Dan and his family still live. Dan also served as a missionary in San Jose, Costa Rica in the early 1980s. He is a graduate of Yale University and the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Dan and his wife, Sharon, have four daughters and one son.
With Frontier Fellowship, Dan travels extensively throughout the United States preaching, teaching, and sharing the vision of frontier mission with local churches. Dan helps these churches to have prayerful, financial, or hands-on involvement with any of the numerous Frontier Fellowship projects. Overseas, Dan visits various parts of the world including Eastern Europe, Central and South America. However, Dan’s primary areas of focus has been the Middle East. Dan travels frequently to Egypt and the U.A.E to strengthen partnerships and support the witness of the church in the Middle East.
In recent years, Dan has helped churches in the United States to establish redemptive, bridge-building relationships with local Muslim and Jewish communities for the purpose of being a Gospel witness among these unreached people in our own country. Dan is most excited to share these new mission opportunities with other churches.