Daniel Kikawa, B.S., Ph.M., Ph.D. (Intercultural Studies), is the president of Aloha Ke Akua Ministries, a ministry to indigenous peoples, and the Senior Pastor at Hilo Missionary Church in Hilo, Hawaii. Daniel has been researching cross-cultural issues for over 35 years. He has taught at conferences, seminaries and churches on every continent. London Theological Seminary, The University of the Nations, and many other seminaries have been granted permission to use examples from his book, The “Cross-Cultural Evangelism Game,” in their missiology classes. Fuller Theological Seminary is also using portions of this book in their class ME500: Serving and Communicating Cross-Culturally. Daniel has written three books (Perpetuated In Righteousness, The Cross-Cultural Evangelism Game, and God of Light, God of Darkness), produced two indigenous music CDs and two films (God’s Fingerprints In Japan 1 & 2).