" a fatherless to the Father "
“Still to this day, I have no idea why I was put into a South Korean orphanage as a new born baby. I was later adopted by highly educated and wealthy American parents in the 1980’s, and it was then that I began to live a privileged life in the U.S.A. However later in life, I could not forget the fact that I was born as a korean, and so I set off back to the country of my birth. While I was there on a short trip, I happened to find the YES Daddy organization. Through my relationship with YES Daddy, I later developed a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I now serve in the YES Daddy Orphanage Summer Camp program, dedicating my skills as a trained psychologist and fluent English speaker, in Orphanage Care Facilities across South Korea.”