Daniel Prayer Garden was started in the Spring of 1992 by Elder Ho Ki Eun and Senior Deaconess Kil Soon Eun. As one of the earliest of the Korean immigrant community in the city of Atlanta, they felt compelled by the Lord to start a prayer garden that could serve the greater body of Christ in the city of Atlanta as well as the South East. Since then, Daniel Prayer Garden has operated as a house of prayer, retreat center, and place of healing and restoration for thousands of people.
"My House shall be called a House of Prayer for All Nations" - Isaiah 56:7
Daniel Prayer Garden serves as a house of prayer for all peoples, backgrounds, and denominations in the body of Christ.
Daniel Prayer Garden exists to serve the wider body of Christ in the city of Atlanta and the South East as a place of prayer, facility for retreats and events, and community. For 26 years Daniel Prayer Garden has never closed its doors (or locked them) and has been open to the public as a place for people to seek, encounter and be transformed by the Lord.