Hi, I'm Daniel.

"I get excited about the process of helping ministries discover their identity and their audience, then building a a strategy to connect the two." 



How I help.

I help clients in a few ways. This is what I currently focus on:

Strategy, Logo Design, Identity Guides, Brand Assets

Setup and Design

“As a ministry leader, I must effectively communicate what God is doing in our church and invite others to join us in Christian community. But so often, I feel overwhelmed at the creative skill, technology, and approach needed to get the word out.
Daniel has taken what seemed daunting and made it accessible - clear, skillful communication with a heart for Gospel ministry. His communication plan and creative skills turned a brand new event into a church-wide vision.”

ZACH OWENS, Children's Minister | Redeemer Church • Jackson, MS


In 2007, while still in college, Daniel started a small consulting business helping clients with event promotion, branding and video storytelling. After finishing a degree in communications at Mississippi State University, Daniel served as a minister to students. With a desire to continue his education, Daniel moved to the great state of North Carolina where he completed a Master of Divinity at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. While finishing his seminary studies, Daniel recognized his growing desire to help both churches and nonprofits tell their story better.

As a brand and communication strategist, Daniel Hicks has helped corporate, healthcare and nonprofit clients for the last decade. He has worked in ministry leadership, at digital agencies and independently.

Daniel is constantly researching the trends and emerging communication channels between brands and their audience. His multi-disciplinary knowledge of marketing and brand strategy helps organizations find solutions that don’t simply look good, but increase engagement.

Daniel lives in Pensacola, FL with his wife Mallory and their two children where he serves as Communications Director at Hillcrest Church.


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