David has been pioneering God Movements and mentoring leaders on every continent for over 30 years.
The result has been thousands of new churches and disciples that bring life-giving transformation to their communities.
He currently serves as the Strategic Director for Accelerate Global, Director of Southern Africa and Global Urban Ministry for New Generations and Executive Director of TAN Foundation in South Africa.
David is married to Michelle and they have two adult children. He is a bad golfer, average photographer and self-confessed coffee addict. David’s primary role is coaching leaders to launch, lead and multiply God Movements globally.
- Gain an understanding of God Movements, what they are and why they are needed.
- Build an action plan to address the challenges that keep you from participating in God’s global movement.
- Learn some of the first principles that help you to design your own unique pathway into God Movements.
- Discover your unique contribution to movements and 5 ways that every person can participate.
- Draft a Legacy Plan and set 3 Simple Next Steps in place to move forward immediately.
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Have you always known that you were shaped for significance?
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90% of the remarkable movement leaders that David serves – many in third world contexts - are unable to pay the costs.
These are leaders with massive untapped potential to transform their communities.
David relies on the sacrifice of generous donors to help.
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