Host, "Financial Issues Live" Radio Program
Dan Celia is respected nationally for his ability to help Christians discover what they should give and also the reasons why they should be faithful givers. In addition to his duties as the Executive Director of the Regency Foundation at Philadelphia Biblical University, Dan also has a nationally syndicated talk show, Financial Issues, which is heard on Christian stations around the country. This program helps thousands of people to think Biblically about their finances and stewardship. Dan believes the most neglected area of Christian media and finance is helping people that have resources to give and invest wisely.
He has spoken around America and has direct contact with key leaders in the Christian community who consult him on an ongoing basis. He has authored the books “All for the Master,” “Bigger Barns or Bigger Kingdom?,” "With a Willing Heart,” and the book and DVD series, “Fundamentals of Biblical stewardship and Investing.”
A frequent guest of other radio ministries and a guest speaker at many conferences and conventions, Dan has a passion to present spiritual truths and secular realities in a way that impacts the lives of real people, their finances and the finances of the Church. Because of this passion, Dan is sought after for his financial expertise and advice and during the recent financial crisis, he has been the “go to” person by much of the Christian media for his insight from a Biblical perspective.
Dan’s ultimate goal is to motivate God’s people to give to God’s work. Dr. Woodrow Kroll said, “Dan is a man on a mission to help us think more biblically about the resources God has given us.”
William E. Sutter, Executive Director, The Friends of Israel said, “Dan strikes at our hearts. It’s God’s Word confronting us with our responsibilities as beneficiaries of His grace.”
And finally Dr. W. Sherrill Babb Chancellor of Philadelphia Biblical University says, “Dan offers a reorientation of priorities for followers of Jesus Christ that encourages them not to shrink from God’s greater blessings for them but to invest in the broader Christian global mission.”