About Daniel Fusco

Daniel Fusco grew up in a spiritually nominal family and had a radical conversion in his final semester at Rutgers University. After playing the electric and upright bass professionally for a number of years, Daniel felt the call into the pastoral ministry. Daniel has planted three churches, Calvary Chapel New Brunswick, NJ (2002), Calvary North Bay in Mill Valley, CA (2007) and Calvary San Francisco, CA (2010). Daniel is now the pastor of Crossroads Community Church in Vancouver, WA. He is also the founder of the Calvary Church Planting Network, a ministry that facilitates church planters. Daniel’s first book Ahead of the Curve was published in 2011.

Daniel is a highly sought-after conference and retreat speaker both in the States and abroad. His podcast is available via iTunes and all messages are available on YouTube. Daniel is married to Lynn and they have two beautiful children, Obadiah and Maranatha. Daniel's love of the unreached keeps him drinking coffee in local coffee shops and playing music around the Portland metro area.

You can catch Daniel via his website, Facebook, or Twitter.


What to Do When People Leave

When People Leave

People leave churches just as they leave our lives. That is a simple fact. Oftentimes, pastors find more sorrow in people leaving then they find joy in people coming. Anytime someone leaves a church, it affects the pastor. If a pastor cares at all about the people in his family of faith, people leaving can […]


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