Brother Daniel Elliott grew up in a Christian home. He was saved when he was five years old and surrendered to full-time missions work at the age of 8. Since that time, his life as been one of preparation to answer the burden that God had given me. He entered Baptist Bible College (Springfield, Missouri) in the fall of 1992 in the missions program, graduating in the Spring of 1996. In 1997 God brought Lydia Baker into his life. They were married in August 1998. Lydia is a MK (missionary’s kid). She grew up in England ministering with her parents, Dwane and Janice Baker. Grandpa Baker passed away in January 2010 and Mom is currently serving with the Baptist Bible Fellowship on the field of Haiti. Lydia was saved when she was five years old and surrendered to full – time missions work when she was ten. In November of 1998, Brother Elliott became the Associate Pastor at Brooking Heights Baptist Church in Raytown, Missouri, under Pastor Stephen Jones. God used this time mightily in their lives, but He never took away the call to full-time missions work. Also during this time, God also blessed them with their first child, Eliza in January of 2002. Esther Pearl, their second, was born on October 13, 2003. Elijah Andrew was born on October 26, 2005. Brother Elliott resigned Brooking Heights Baptist Church in January of 2004 to begin deputation. After about 2 1/2 years on deputation, they moved to Mongolia in September 2006. Ethan Peter was born on February 15, 2008. After a short battle with cancer, Esther passed away on April 2nd, 2010. In February 2012, God directed them to change fields and they moved to Chuncheon, South Korea. After moving to Korea, they began language studies. In early 2013, the Nathan Kowach family moved to Chuncheon to start Chuncheon Lighthouse Baptist Church. At that time, they began working together to start Chuncheon Lighthouse Baptist Church. While they were serving in Chuncheon, God blessed us them with two more boys: Evan (March 8th, 2013) and Ezra (November 12, 2014). During the summer of 2015, God opened the door for them to move to Incheon. After spending a great time in prayer and fasting, they decided to move to Incheon, South Korea, moving in November 2015. Pastor Elliott immediately began working with Incheon International Baptist Church, started by Brother Michael Genger. In October of 2017, Brother Elliott was able to transition that work to Korean leadership making it a truly indigenous work. After a short furlough, Brother Elliott and his family came to Yongsan Baptist Church in December of 2018. He is currently serving as the furlough relief pastor for Pastor Oetman.
You can contact Pastor Elliott through the church. Contact information is listed here.