It has been said that "with David, you get not only a speaker, but a life changed. He represents the very audience we're trying to reach." At the age of 19, David encouraged his first girlfriend to have an abortion thinking that this was best for their futures. David knows the pain that men experience who have suffered the loss of fatherhood due to a past abortion. Yet he also knows the forgiveness, grace, healing, and transforming power of Jesus Christ available to men suffering from abortion.
David serves as a volunteer staff with SaveOne, an international ministry that helps men, women, and families recover after abortion. He is on the leadership team of the Men's Ministry Network with Pregnancy Centers in Florida under the umbrella of the Florida Baptist Children's Home and a member of MAN (Men and Abortion Network). He is a monthly guest contributor on two Moody Radio affiliates (Cleveland, OH and Chattanooga, TN) and is a frequent guest on other radio stations and podcasts. He has contributed chapters in two books 'Tears of A Fisherman: Recovery of Men Wounded by Abortion' and Ein Neubeginn (New Beginning) - Real Stories of Healing After Abortion (in German and English). David's story was recognized and highlighted by Focus on the Family at SEELife Live '21.
David received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. David and his wife, Terea, and their six children live in Orlando. David also has an adult son who lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
"As an Executive Director of a pregnancy resource center, I have utilized several Ambassadors Bureau speakers, including Ruth Graham and Sean Carney. David Williams is absolutely on par with these speakers. In his speaking engagement with Life Forward, Pregnancy Care of Cincinnati, he spoke both boldly and personally about the issue of life. His story is powerful and David moved our audience with his transparency. Additionally, he was incredibly flexible, dedicated to helping meet our goals, and had very thoughtful ideas on how to improve our event. His dedication to the gospel message is clear and evident in his presentation."