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David Nasser

Senior Vice President of Spiritual Development David Nasser is photographed on September 2, 2014. (Photo by Joel Coleman)

David Nasser was born in Iran but left the country with his family at age 9 during the Iranian Revolution. After almost a year in exile, his family moved to America. At age 18, he rejected his Muslim heritage and became a Christian. As one of the nation’s forefront speakers, David speaks to over 700,00 people each year using his God-given ability to reach the high tech, attention-lacking culture of Generation Next. The heart-cry of David’s ministry is to effectively present the same message, the Gospel of Christ, using fresh, post-modern methods.

Before coming to Liberty, he founded D. Nasser Outreach  and Christ City Church near Birmingham, Ala., where he served as lead pastor.

In 2014, God introduced a new chapter into David’s life – overseeing leading Liberty University’s spiritual programs, including Convocation , North America’s largest weekly gathering of young people, and the university’s Center for Global Engagement.

David oversees a team that advances Liberty’s mission by strengthening the theological foundation of the student body and its leaders through gatherings such as Convocation and Campus Church. He steers the discipleship process of seeing students come to Christ and grow in their faith and will mobilize students and faculty to reach the world for Christ through the global studies degree program, humanitarian efforts, church planting, and cohesive ministry partnerships. David and his wife, Jennifer, have two children.

 

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