Brief Biography: Danny Yamashiro
Danny Yamashiro is the radio host of Hawaii’s #1 most listened to Christian talk show, The Good Life Hawaii. He also hosts A Slice of The Good Life – nationally and internationally. At 18, he survived a deadly 400 foot fall from the famed Pali Ridge in Hawaii. Rescuing his girlfriend from a 20 foot fall, he slipped and fell head first 300 feet and later another 100 feet. He suffered traumatic brain injuries, skull fractures, multiple tears in his scalp, a shattered ankle, smashed organs, extensive lacerations, and being comatose. His survival story is detailed in his autobiography, Paradise Calls.
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Danny is a graduate student in Government at Harvard University. Read Danny’s student spotlight at Harvard. He graduated from Biola University and Talbot School of Theology before founding Jesus Christ Is Calling You Evangelistic Ministry, Inc. (JCCY). His organization expanded worldwide with medical and dental clinics, sports clinics and numerous forms of humanitarian aide by supporting the work of Christian churches in rural locations through Paradise Global Mission. He has traveled to Asia, Africa, South America, North America, Europe, the Middle East and Pacific Islands.
Each year, Danny and JCCY conducts the Annual “Call To Hope” Golf Tournament in Hawaii.
He authored several books including Know Your Future Today, The Good Life, Building Blocks for Better Living, Successful Evangelism 100% of the Time, Discover the Champion in You, Winners Edge and Unleashing the Greatness in You. As church planter he served as senior pastor for 10 years. He is ordained by the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) and is member of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). Danny is married to Jamie. They have three children: Allie, Hugh and Luke.
- Download Danny’s Official Bio (PDF)
- Learn more about Danny on Wikipedia.
- Iolani Coverstory- The Summer Break of a Lifetime– Danny’s ministry sponsors an unforgettable trip for a group of baseball players.
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