Daniel Hochhalter

Goodreads Author


Born
Missoula, MT, The United States
Website

Genre

Member Since
April 2014

URL


After living in Portland, Oregon, for 20 years, I returned to my home state and now reside in Helena, Montana, with my wife and waggle of wiener dogs. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University and a Masters of Divinity from George Fox Evangelical Seminary.

Beyond that, there isn’t anything worth noting except that the Lord loves me.

To ask Daniel Hochhalter questions, please sign up.

Popular Answered Questions

Daniel Hochhalter Thank you so much for letting me know, Susan! Who would have thought that were it not for miserably blowing a postgraduate degree, I wouldn't have a s…moreThank you so much for letting me know, Susan! Who would have thought that were it not for miserably blowing a postgraduate degree, I wouldn't have a story to speak into others' lives. I am truly honored with this! (less)
Average rating: 4.06 · 210 ratings · 48 reviews · 1 distinct workSimilar authors
Losers Like Us: Redefining ...

4.06 avg rating — 210 ratings — published 2014 — 3 editions
Rate this book
Clear rating

* Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. To add more, click here.

So 2020 happened, and God is still good

Today the calendar has turned: 2020 is officially in the books. And most of the world is shouting, “Good riddance!” The year 2020 will likely go down in history as one of the strangest we’ve known. Sure, many years throughout history have been far more tragic; however, in most of…
1 like ·   •  0 comments  •  flag
Share on Twitter
Published on January 01, 2021 18:35

Upcoming Events

No scheduled events. Add an event.

The Adventures of...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
Undivided: Develo...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 

Daniel’s Recent Updates

Daniel Hochhalter rated a book it was amazing
The Americans at Normandy by John C. McManus
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter is currently reading
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter is on page 227 of 496 of The Americans at Normandy
The Americans at Normandy by John C. McManus
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter started reading
Undivided by Martha E. MacCullough
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter rated a book liked it
Teaching Redemptively by Donovan L. Graham
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter rated a book really liked it
The Sign of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter rated a book really liked it
A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter is currently reading
The Americans at Normandy by John C. McManus
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter rated a book really liked it
The Nazi Conscience by Claudia Koonz
Rate this book
Clear rating
Daniel Hochhalter is currently reading
A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of Daniel's books…
“Remember, we are all part of a great story that is really about God, not us. He is the number one character (read: winner), and we are all secondary (read: losers).”
Daniel Hochhalter, Losers Like Us: Redefining Discipleship after Epic Failure

“And that leaves the fourth reason Jesus prefers to use losers for kingdom work: empathy. Losers have it; others don’t. Only losers, broken as they are, can speak to the pain and brokenness of other losers. They have earned that right. Let’s”
Daniel Hochhalter, Losers Like Us: Redefining Discipleship after Epic Failure

“Pragmatists can overanalyze a situation until they are frozen in fear. Walking with Jesus requires a journey into the unknown, and that can be very scary for a pragmatist.”
Daniel Hochhalter, Losers Like Us: Redefining Discipleship after Epic Failure

“[Jesus] said “Follow me” and ended up with a lot of losers. And these losers ended up, through no virtue or talent of their own, becoming saints. Jesus wasn’t after the best but the worst.”
Eugene Peterson, The Jesus Way: A conversation in following Jesus

“The Church is the place where the incompetent, the unfinished, and even the unhealthy are welcome. I believe Jesus agrees.”
Mike Yaconelli, Messy Spirituality: God's Annoying Love for Imperfect People

“God’s love is his nature and he is so full of mercy that he has not chosen whom he loves based on their personal achievements or perceived worth. His love is given to those who are not worthy. He is not seeking to unite himself only to those who meet certain qualifications of looks, personality, and aptitude, but instead he has chosen a bride who was once an orphaned whore.”
Rick McKinley, A Kingdom Called Desire: Confronted by the Love of a Risen King

“A "no" from God really is a "no." It is not a "yes" cached in a "wait" or something like that. In fact...a "no" is quite a useful answer in the growth process if we receive it honestly.”
Thomas R. Hauff, When God Says, "No": Reshaping Prayer and Learning to Listen

100964 David C Cook — 213 members — last activity Oct 13, 2016 05:46AM
Welcome! This is a group for our readers around the world, moderated by David C Cook. We're a ministry that equips local churches on a global scale wi ...more
41443 Christian Writing & Reading Community — 439 members — last activity 9 hours, 25 min ago
This group is dedicated to connecting readers with Christian Goodreads authors. It is also a place where Christian writers can share ideas and support ...more



No comments have been added yet.