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Podcast: Turning Up The Temperature To Become A Church That Plants Other Churches

Daniel Yang

Daniel Yang

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Clouds and dirt. This is a great episode exploring church planting from both the 30,000-foot level as well as looking at the practical, in-the-trenches daily life of the local church. If you are currently planting a church or leading a church that wants to plant other churches you’ll love this conversation with Daniel Yang, church planter and Director of the Send Institute.

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Daniel Yang I Director of the Send Institute

Daniel is the Director of the Send Institute, leading and overseeing all of its initiatives. Prior to directing the institute, he planted a church in Toronto where he also helped recruit, assess, and train church planters through the Send Network and the Release Initiative. Daniel has served on various church staffs including Northwood Church, led by Bob Roberts Jr., where he was trained as a church planter and involved in global and multi-faith engagement. Prior to church planting, Daniel was an engineer for eight years. He earned an M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan, and is currently a Ph.D. Intercultural Studies student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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