Testimony By Danny

My name is Danny, I was born in Taiwan and I came to the United States with my family when I was 5 years old. We first lived in Southern California when we first arrived. We’d lived there for only 9 months before my parents decided to move us to Las Vegas. Because of an injury my father had acquired on his ankle, which kept him from standing too long. Because of that, Dad left America to do business back in Taiwan in more familiar surroundings. So you can say growing up it was just the three of us; mom, my sister and I.  …Read More.

testimony by Danny

Mother’s Heartfelt

“I would like to greatly express my sincere gratitude for your efforts in helping my son during his 18 month rehabilitation at Operation Dawn, San Jose. Your understanding love and care for others have, and only continue to inspire him since the experience.”   ….Read More

Operation Dawn – A Different World

In November 2005, I was accepted into the rehab program provided by Operation Dawn in San Jose, California where I met Pastor Hung-chi YAO and his wife who taught me how to break the bondage of drug and alcohol. Through their patience and loving care, I was able to restore my self-dignity and felt being loved.   … Read More.

A different World
Peter Chen

Testimony By Peter

“My name is Peter Chen, and I am an incredibly, overwhelmingly, grateful recovering addict. I have been clean from drugs for 10 years, alcohol and cigarettes for 6, and sexually sober for 4 years. It is through the journey of recovery that I also recovered my relationship with God. I am forever grateful to Operation Dawn for changing my trajectory of rebellion to a trajectory towards God. This is the story of my experience, strength, and hope:”   ….Read More

Testimony By Wang-Chuen

I am extremely grateful to Rev. Yao and Operation Dawn.

My name is Wang-Chuen. I am now 28 years old. I was 22 years old when I came to Operation Dawn in San Jose and at the time, I had a major issue with drugs. I was addicted to methamphetamine and had been for 8 years. Operation Dawn’s drug rehab program was directed by a Rev. Yao.  Read More….


The Path I have Gone Through

I am the youngest boy in the family. I have two sisters who are much older than I. I became much dependent in character and developed a promiscuous lifestyle. My father was very strict in rearing us. His methods were usually spanking or yelling. I didn’t enjoy talking to him. Since my sisters are much older, my “friends” became the most important people around me. After I was in 8th grade, I started to stay at my friend’s till very late before I would go home.  Read More…….