ABOUT US

HISTORY

Daniel Prayer Garden was started in the Spring of 1992 by Elder Ho-Ki Eun and his wife, Kil-Soon. As one of the earliest of the Korean immigrant community in Atlanta, they felt compelled by the Lord to start a prayer garden to serve the greater body of Christ in Atlanta and the South East. Since then, Daniel Prayer Garden has operated as a house of prayer, retreat center, and place of healing.

VISION

"My House shall be called a House of Prayer for All Nations" - Isaiah 56:7

Daniel Prayer Garden serves as a prayer retreat center for all peoples, backgrounds, and denominations in the body of Christ.

MISSION

Daniel Prayer Garden exists to serve the wider body of Christ in Atlanta and the South East as a place of prayer, facility for retreats and events, and training. For 26 years Daniel Prayer Garden has never closed its doors (or locked them) and has been open to the public as a place to seek, encounter and be transformed by the Lord.

STAFF
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Elder Hoki Eun & Deaconess Kil Eun.

Founders (Retired)

Elder & Deaconess Eun first immigrated to the United States in 1977. Upon settling in Atlanta, Elder Eun served as one of the founding elders of the Korean Community Presbyterian Church. In 1992, they received the calling from the Lord to start Daniel Prayer Garden as a prayer retreat center for Atlanta and the southeast. Through the past 26 years they have served countless lives through their love, hospitality, and prayers.

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Pastors Andrew & Una Eun

Executive Directors

As the grandson of the founders, Andrew has seen DPG from the beginning. Andrew received his B.S. in Political Science from Georgia State University and M. Div. from Torch Trinity Graduate University. Andrew and his wife have been in full time ministry for 16 years serving in missions, prayer, local church, and marketplace ministry. They have two sons, Arrow and Tekiah, and are grateful to serve the legacy of DPG while envisioning a future for generations to come.

Elder John Han & Senior Deaconess Lydia Han

Facilities & Hospitality

Elder and Senior Deaconess Han have served both the local church and international missions for over 20 years in multiple capacities. Respectively as a former mechanic and hospitality coordinator, their gifts and abilities were exactly what DPG needed. In 2018 they moved from Los Angeles, CA to serve the Garden as full time staff. 

Daniel Kim

Groundskeeping

Daniel served as a missionary for over 5 years with YWAM (Youth With a Mission). He has traveled to several nations preaching the gospel and serving in various capacities. Daniel is passionate about Jesus, prayer, evangelism and seeing a generation who knows God. 

PRAYER RETREAT CENTER

How does Daniel Prayer Garden Work?

As a Prayer Retreat Center, we accommodate guests for both temporary visitation as well as overnight/reservation stay. 

Temporary/Visitor Guests:

-No Reservation Required. 

-Our 12 acres of land is open to the public for walking, praying, and retreat.

-You are free to use our private prayer rooms, group prayer rooms, and prayer chapel 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

-We ask that you clean up and turn off all lights and equipment as you leave. 

Overnight/Rental Guests: 

-Reservation Required (48 Hours in advance). 

-All Reservations must be made using our online reservation system. 

-We have a variety of facilities that can be rented for personal, group, and/or church retreats. 

-Daytime rentals are also booked using the reservation system. 

Do you hold services at Daniel Prayer Garden?

Yes we do. At Daniel Prayer Garden we hold monthly trainings that are open to the public on the last Sunday of every month. We teach on a variety of topics from the Bible. You can find out more by checking out our events page.

How can I get more involved?

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