Clergy Stuff Hires a Rad Dude

Exciting news!

Clergy Stuff has hired a brand new Director of Creative Content and Marketing, Daniel Maurer. Dan has designed a brand new, amazing Clergy Stuff website, which now includes resources for Summer 2016 and Program Year 2016-17. (Resources are available now for Summer 2016 and Fall through Christmas 2016. The spring resources, January 8 through Pentecost 2017, included in the Program Year packages, are nearly ready and will be uploaded in three weeks.) Check out the new resources and products here:

Daniel D. Maurer is an award-winning freelance writer, journalist, editor, and public speaker. He has authored two books. His first, Sobriety: A Graphic Novel is a new resource from Hazelden Publishing for youth and young adults. His second is the story of a victim of Human Trafficking. Its title is Faraway: A Suburban Boy’s Story as a Victim of Sex Trafficking.

His third book to be released in the fall of 2016 is a large project with Augsburg Fortress Publishers, the details of which are forthcoming. Daniel is currently in the process of writing a fourth book dealing with the psychological concept of resilience and how spirituality and narrative facilitate change.

Daniel has also written to create children’s curriculum for Sparkhouse and Amicus Publishing. He keeps the blog Transformation is Realsharing stories of personal transformation. He enjoys gardening, writing, reading, walking his dog, serving as slave to his cats, and playing with his boys. Daniel lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota with his wife, Carol, and his family.

Daniel is extremely excited about his recent partnership with Kimberly “Kace” Leetch and her company, Clergy Stuff. Daniel will be working as an editor, a writer, and as the director of creative content and marketing.

For more information about Daniel or his work, see:

If you have any customer questions, Dan is right on it! You can contact him at And, of course, you can always contact me, too, at

Blessings on your spring! - Kace

Daniel D. Maurer

Daniel D. Maurer was a former ELCA minister who served in Underwood and Williston North Dakota. He now is a freelance writer and thrice-published author and speaker on the topics of resilience, change, transformation, and long-term recovery from addiction and depression.