Daniel is a British-Nigerian with a Bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministry and Biblical Studies from Leavell College of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently working on his Masters of Divinity degree from Beeson Divinity School.
After serving for a few years with an outreach ministry in Gadsden, AL. Daniel became so burdened by the gospel transformation needed in the lives of those he encountered that he made the decision to move into their experience and to faithfully serve them 24/7. This season exposed to him the power of relationships and their ability to mutually transform all those who partake in it. It also deposited in him a very specific burden for the youth of America, especially those in underserved or urban contexts. Serving faithfully in the local church and on the streets, he has found joy in facilitating ways in which both contexts can meet and learn from one another.
Daniel has a strong belief that the next generation will impact their society, and if the local church continues to be faithful in building relationships with them through organizations like Aspire, that impact will be great!
In his free time Daniel enjoys a good game of soccer, singing, rooting for Manchester United and reading thought provoking non-fiction books.
His favorite bible verse that he tries to live by is Galatians 2:20.