Yale Kim

Yale Kim



As an ardent believer in the power of prayer, Yale serves as the Chairman of  The Prayer Council of the United Sates (formerly known as: US National Prayer Council). Yale also serves as a Strategy Team Member of the Collegiate Day of Prayer, and has served in many capacities as a servant leader of the modern day prayer movement.

Yale Kim has been leading prayer meetings since being radically saved in his youth group in the mid 90’s.  Since that time, he has been involved in gathering youth, college students, and pastors from different denominations and organizations to pray together.

With the help of his friends, Yale co-founded Catalyst Convergence, an organization that helps ministries craft strategy, achieve their mission, find talent, build strategic partnerships, and execute large scale (arena and stadium sized) events.

Recent work includes serves as the Director of Events for the recent relaunch of Promise Keepers, Chief Operating Officer of Awaken The Dawn 2017 and Tent America 2018 and Director of Church and Community Relationships for Together 2016.

Yale’s experience in the Marketplace includes working as the Chief Operating Officer for a Foreign Direct Investment firm, General Manager of a data driven Business Plan writing company, a Big Data Consultant for BP Oil and Gas, a Sharepoint administrator and a liaison working with Tenet Healthcare and Kaiser Permanente, and a team lead on a consulting project for ViaSat.

As a Southern California native, Yale experienced a powerful move of God at Gretchen Whitney High School that shaped his collegiate experience at the University of California Riverside and California State University of San Marcos.  Yale briefly attended Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. Yale and his wife Annie reside in Frisco, Texas with their three sons.

Yale Kim


Beware in your prayers, above everything else, of limiting God, not only by unbelief, but by fancying that you know what He can do. Expect unexpected things ‘above all that we ask or think.

Andrew Murray

To keep God at the center of one's life requires frequent renewal of power through prayer.

Georgia Harkness

My husband and I can personally testify to the power of prayer, which is why we encourage others to have a heart dedicated to prayer.

Jennifer Smith; Aaron Smith, 31 Prayers For My Future Husband

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