Dan Moseley is a respected executive coach/consultant who has helped individuals and organizations navigate the changes and conflicts in life. He is a nationally known lecturer and workshop leader in issues of leadership, loss, change and transition.
Dr. Moseley has decades of experience in teaching and supporting others in their journey of life. He was a seminary professor for 13 years at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, IN. Prior to that work, he was pastor for over 30 years. His Masters and Doctor’s degrees were earned at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Moseley has served on Boards and Committees of organizations throughout the world as an ecumenical leader and educator. He has been instrumental in the development of organizations offering Pastoral Care and Counseling and Grief Healing.
Dr. Moseley was the President of the Disciples Peace Fellowship for the Christian Church. He was the founding pastor of the Insight Counseling Centers which has eight offices throughout middle Tennessee. He was the Director of the Walter Scott Preaching Society, a society for the development of excellence in preaching among Disciple preachers. He was the Director of Continuing Education for Christian Theological Seminary between 1999-2001.
Dr. Moseley was also part of the Board of the “Listening to Listeners”, a Lilly funded project that was directed by Dr. Ron Allen. He does workshops on Grieving and Spirituality, Interim Ministry, Leadership and Congregational Conflict. Moseley has numerous articles and sermons that have appeared in publications including Best Sermons 3, The Disciples Theological Digest, Journal for Biblical Preaching, Encounter and The Christian Ministry Magazine.
Dr. Moseley is the editor of a book of sermons on stewardship entitled “Joyful Giving” published by Chalice Press in 1997.
In 2008, Dr. Moseley’s first book “Living With Loss” was published by Brentwood, TN-based publisher Xyzzy Press. (Out of Print)
In 2009, Dr. Moseley authored “Healing Relationships: A Preaching Model” (Chalice Press, 2009).
In 2011, Moseley’s book on loss was expanded and republished as “Lose, Love, Live: The Spiritual Gifts of Loss and Change.” (Nashville: The Upper Room).
In 2012, Moseley collaborated with Bernie Lyon in writing and publishing “How to Lead in Church Conflcit: Healing Ungrieved Loss” (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2012).