Peter DeHaan Bio

Author, Blogger, Publisher, and Truth Seeker

“Changing the World One Word at a Time”

Peter DeHaan earned a PhD degree from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary, conferred on June 15, 2012, awarded “with high distinction,” endorsed by Canterbury Christ Church University, England. He also has an MBA and PhD in business administration from Kennedy-Western University.

Blogger Peter DeHaan enjoying nature

A lifelong student of the Bible, Peter developed and wrote the 700-page website to encourage people to explore the Bible, the greatest book ever written. His popular blog addresses biblical spirituality, often with a postmodern twist. He calls this postmodern biblical spirituality.

Bible Gateway Blogger Grid Member

Peter’s newsletter about biblical spirituality, with a growing circulation, discusses our relationship with God, the Bible, and church. Each week he keeps the discussion going with multiple blog posts. His blog is part of the Bible Gateway Blogger Grid (BG²).

Peter cofounded the Kalamazoo Christian Writers critique group.

A Lifelong Passion for Writing

Peter DeHaan’s writing career spans three decades, having published hundreds of articles, authored four academic works, penned thousands of blog posts, and written a growing number of books.

In 1983 Peter published his first article, titled “All About Pagers,” in the now defunct tech magazine Radio Electronics. His second article “Computers Track Down Intermodulation Interference,” appeared later that year in Mobile Radio Technology magazine, ironically as he labored through his college freshman writing class. This would be his only formal writing course; he persevered and earned an A. Over time a passionate writer emerged. Peter DeHaan wants to change the world one word at a time. Click To Tweet

Today most of Peter’s writing focuses on spiritual matters. Peter’s Haiku, “Why I Write” was a top-twenty winner for Imagine This! An ArtPrize Anthology. His personal essay, “The Seven Transformations of Peter DeHaan,” is part of The Transformation Project anthology. He also won an award with his piece, “How I Found Jesus.” And he has two short stories in Christmas Presence: “Best Christmas Ever” and “Our Future Hope.”

Publishing and More

Vocationally, Peter is president of Peter DeHaan Publishing, Inc., which he launched in 2001. There he is publisher and editor-in-chief of the print publication Connections Magazine, e-publication AnswerStat, e-newsletters TAS Trader and Medical Call Center News, and informational websites, including Article Weekly. He gives back to the writing community with his writer’s blog, Byline.

Additionally Peter does commercial freelance writing, content marketing, and ghostwriting.

Peter DeHaan’s prior work experience includes telecommunication consulting, multi-location call center management, mergers and acquisitions, software programming, high-tech help desk management, technical writing, and project management. Peter also had brief stints as a television audio engineer, electronic music instrument technician, copy machine repairman, meat-processing plant lackey, and farm laborer. These experiences shaped Peter into who he is today and provide many fond—and some not so fond—memories, as well as ample writing material. He now focuses on writing and publishing.

Peter DeHaan lives in Southwest Michigan with his bride of over three decades. They have two married children and four amazing grandchildren. Peter is an avid reader and podcast consumer. A movie buff who enjoys nature walks, he celebrates both as sensory experiences that feed his inner muse. His life mission is to change the world one word at a time, which he views as his ministry of words.

Learn more about his other blogs, articles, and his lifetime of writing. Peter DeHaan’s website contains information and links to his blogs, newsletter, and social media pages.











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