President

Our President, Dr. David Geisler

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Dr. David Geisler is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and has been involved in Church and para-church College Ministry for over 25 years. In 1994, he was hired by the graduate branch of Campus Crusade for Christ to help develop a national pilot program at U.T. Austin to reach skeptical graduate students. What he discovered is that there is a real need for Christian ministries to understand how to do process evangelism, especially with those more skeptically minded. As a result, in 2000 he started Meekness and Truth™ Ministries. In 2002 in cooperation with his team he developed a new pre-evangelism paradigm called Conversational Pre-Evangelism that he has taught throughout the U.S. with Church and para-church ministries, churches, seminaries, and mission organizations. In 2004 he felt called to Asia to equip Christians in the East in this new pre-evangelism paradigm. In the seven years he was in Asia he taught in 13 countries and trained over 300 bible and seminary students in practical apologetics, many who are now pastors and missionaries all over Asia. In 2009 he co-authored a book with his father, Christian Apologists, Norman Geisler, titled Conversational Evangelism: How To Listen and Speak So You May be Heard. Their book has now been translated into Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, and Slovakian. In July of 2011 he and his wife Charlene and their three children relocated back to U.S. where David oversees M&T’s global movement both in the East and the West.



Our overall goal at Meekness and Truth™ Ministries is to help Christian ministries, churches, seminaries and individuals to link apologetics with practical evangelism. At M&T we want to challenge Christians to rethink through how to do evangelism in this new millennium. We also desire that these apologetic/evangelism resources be made available for Christians to use in teaching and equipping others through the use of illustrations, scripts, PowerPoint and video materials.

Please keep us in your prayers.

In Christ,
David Geisler