Heart of David is a ministry of evangelism and encouragement, with a goal of challenging men and women to strive to be dedicated followers of Christ. For challenging men to attain a position of respect and integrity through righteous living, Godly parenting and priestly husbandhood. For ministering to married couples struggling in their relationships, challenging them to a relationship solidly grounded in Jesus Christ and totally commited to Him and each other.
For more information on Ted DiBiase’s Heart of David Ministry, please visit its official website at http://www.HeartOfDavidMinistry.com
I want to welcome and thank you for visiting the Heart of David Ministry website. Heart of David Ministry is a ministry of evangelism and encouragement, with a goal of reaching the lost through the gospel of Jesus Christ. We challenge men and women to strive to be dedicated followers of Jesus. You see, I believe that “genuine” Christianity is not a “religion”, but a daily, and very personal, relationship with Jesus.
At the height of a tremendously successful professional wrestling career, I enjoyed what fame and fortune brought me. However, I found myself empty and unhappy. I filled my life with drugs, alcohol, and adulterous affairs. At the end of my rope, and very nearly losing my wife and family, I fell in love with Jesus when I was told that He would forgive me and restore me, in spite of the countless times I had turned my back on Him. Not only did He forgive me and restore me, He restored my marriage and my family as well, and I have been in passionate pursuit of pleasing Him ever since.
Jesus said, “Feed the hungry, cloth the naked, and take care of the widows and orphans, and when you do this for the least of my brethern, you do it for me.” This too is our heart, to see and meet the needs of the less fortunate, not only to do it, but to do it with the same compasssion of Christ. God said of David, “He is a man after my own heart.” God said this because he recognized that David did all he did because he genuinely wanted to please him and not for any selfish reason.
One day we will all die, and when we do, we will leave a legacy. I want to be remembered as a man who was a servant husband and father, a man who put the needs of not only his family, but the needs of others, ahead of his own. What will be your legacy, and how will you be remembered?