David Daniels has served as Lead Pastor at Pantego Bible Church in Fort Worth, Texas since 2005. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Texas at Austin, a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Dallas Theological Seminary.
David is co-founder of Beta Upsilon Chi (Brothers Under Christ), a national Christian fraternity. His commitment to personal discipleship, leadership development and global missions has taken him and his family around the world on short-term trips. David’s teaching and training ministry includes the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, Pine Cove Christian Camps, Kanakuk Institute and the Love4Life Marriage Mini-Conference which he
co-developed in 2009. He is also an article contributor for the 2011 Quest Study Bible.
David’s personal mission statement —"Making God famous by making disciples who are changed by God to change their world"—expresses his vision of life transformation that ends in the ultimate goal of God’s glory.
David and his wife, Tiffany, live in Arlington, Texas and enjoy life with their children, Grant (and wife, Laine), Pearson and Jenna.