Daniel Yang grew up an immigrant in some of the harshest environments imaginable. However, Jesus used the pain of those difficult days and shaped him into a successful businessman at an early age. Daniel soon discovered that the fulfillment of living the American dream had left him empty.
Experiencing a heart attack in his early 40s eventually turned Daniel’s life upside down. Learn how Jesus took Daniel’s internalized stress and trauma and used it to set him on a successful ministry path. Today, Daniel serves as the Director of the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center Church Multiplication Institute.
Links to Resources Mentioned or Related
- Church Multiplication Institute: Wheaton College Billy Graham Center
- Inalienable – World Relief
- Daniel’s Book: INALIENABLE
- Daniel Twitter: @koobxwm
- Daniel: Instagram: @koobxwm
- Facebook: Daniel Yang (Koob Xym)
- Email: Daniel
- 95Network – Soul Care Essentials
- 95Network – Healthy Church Assessment
- Read Stalled: Hope and Help for Pastors Who Thought They’d Be There By Now
- Watch Podcast on YouTube
1) Immigrating to America brought a sense of hopeful possibilities that were met with extremely difficult realities.
2) A heart attack in his early forties caused Daniel to step back and reflect on his life’s priorities. He began to look deep within at what circumstances could have contributed to it.
3) Church planters are taking the time to research a specific community to understand its cultural makeup before planting a specific model of church.
4) The confusion of the day is “where the line is” between our national identity and what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
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