Dan Brubaker, the son of Rick and Bettina Brubaker, was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and reared just north of Hummelstown. He accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior around the age of five and had the privilege of growing up in the influence of a Godly Christian home. Vacation Bible School, Sunday School, and regular church services made a difference in his early years and helped contribute to his future.
During Dan’s teenage years, he recognized his need to be baptized and obeyed the Biblical command. God began to work in his heart about a future of ministry. Through the Godly influences of various people, he began to see the need for laborers in the Lord’s harvest. God used key events such as summer camps, ministry trips, and weekly door-to-door soul-winning to make an impact on Dan’s life and burden him for the ministry.
In God’s perfect timing, He placed Dan at Servant’s Heart Camp, where the games, preaching, and spiritual atmosphere made a difference on his life. On Friday, June 13, 2003, the preacher began his message by announcing the title and Dan knew that he would not be staying in his seat during the invitation. He offered himself for the Lord’s service to be used in whatever way He would be pleased. On that day, a strong desire began growing in Dan’s heart for the ministry of evangelism, and he continues to believe that this is the direction God has for his life.
God led Dan to Ambassador Baptist College where he enrolled in the evangelism degree. He graduated on May, 4, 2012, after having completed that degree, and is now serving the Lord as an evangelist.