Daniel W. Chong

Assistant Professor of Counseling, Korean Studies, Director of Korean Graduate Studies


Dr. Daniel Chong is Director of Korean Graduate Studies and appointed assistant Professor of Counseling at Midwestern. He received Doctor of Philosophy in pastoral care and counseling and Master of Theology from Liberty University. He earned Master of Divinity from Korea Baptist Theological Seminary. His doctoral dissertation was about relationships between acculturation, religious commitment, forgiveness style and general health. He served in both English and Korean bilingual settings as a senior pastor at Kinsarang Baptist Church in Florida. Also, his ministerial experience includes church ministry to children, youth, young adults, and young couples. He previously taught at Liberty University and Korea Baptist Theological Seminary as an adjunct faculty. He and his wife Sangkyung have four children, Gyu-won “Joshua”, Gyu-min “Joseph”, a daughter Gyu-eun “Grace” and Gyu-han “John”.


Publications:

  • “The Influence Of Acculturation, Religiosity, And Forgiveness Style On The General Health Of Korean Americans”

    (Liberty University, 2009)Learn More
  • When God Knocks on My Heart

    Duranno, 2017Learn More