Dan Herron is formerly the pastor of Hope Presbyterian Church, a gospel-centered church community for Bloomington, Indiana and Indiana University, a church he helped to grow with the love and support of his wife.
Dan Herron and his wife Erica grew up in Champaign, Illinois and met in high school. They were both turned to Jesus in 1997 while undergrads—Dan Herron at Illinois State University and Erica at the University of Illinois. In 2000 they graduated, married, and moved to St. Louis where Dan Herron taught high school history among at risk students and Erica completed her Master’s in Physical Therapy from Washington University, completing her doctorate in 2012.
In 2002 Dan Herron joined staff with Great Commission Ministries at the University of Illinois until beginning at Covenant Seminary in 2007 where he served with The Journey Fellowship and Acts 29 Network. They finally landed in the Presbyterian Church in America in 2009. In 2011 the Herron family moved to downtown Indianapolis for Dan to serve with Redeemer Presbyterian, before moving to Bloomington, Indiana to help start Hope Presbyterian Church.
Dan Herron is currently responsible for Business Development, Marketing, and Coaching at VisionQuest Labs in Indianapolis.