At the age of 14, Pastor Ebenezer Daniel came to know the Lord and the Adventist message through the faithful ministry of Ralph Roberts, Bible instructor. This was while studying at the Seventh-day Adventist School in Madras, India. Along with Ralph Roberts, as a high school student, Pastor Daniel was actively involved in witnessing and giving Bible studies to his classmates and family. From that young age, he saw the power of personal labour in soul-winning. While we may formulate various strategies to reach out, the most effective outreach method is personal labour by those who have given their lives to God.
After completing a bachelors degree in chemistry, he went to Spicer Memorial College to further his education in theology and prepare himself for ministry. While studying at Spicer Memorial College, he found great joy in supporting church plants in Pune and Mumbai, India. He developed skills and strategies to reach the urban population by accompanying senior ministers. After completing his master's degree, he joined as a Bible Instructor at a Mission school in South India.
In 2003, Pastor Daniel's family moved to Manchester, and in 2008, he was employed by North England Conference.
Over the years, Pastor Daniel passionately implements "discipleship ministry," which employs three main objectives: nurture, equip and empower individuals for Christian leadership.
He is passionate about giving Bible studies to postmodern minds and counselling those with life challenges. Currently, he is also enrolled on the MSc in Counselling & Psychotherapy at Salford University.
Pastor Daniel is married to Ellen Daniel, and they both are blessed with three boys Jacob, Nathan and Joseph.