DAVID A. R. WHITE
David A. R. White has been a working actor, director and producer in Los Angeles for 20 years. He was raised in a small Mennonite farming community outside of Dodge City, Kansas. At the age of 19, David moved to LA without knowing anyone in the city, and only six months after moving, landed a recurring role on the Top 10, CBS sitcom, Evening Shade for four years, in which he played the best friend of Burt Reynolds’s son. David then went on to book guest appearances on such shows as: Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, Melrose Place, Martial Law and many others.
(Following God’s leading to change the world)
David encourages others to follow the dreams God has put in their heart. In this keynote, he defines “calling vs. craving” and how to make sure the longing of our heart is actually the leading/vision of God’s Spirit. Using biblical examples such as Moses, Joseph and Peter, David answers the question: how do the dreams God puts in our hearts become reality?
Being a successful husband and father may very well be the toughest task any man attempts in his life. “Those guys on the Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs? Amateurs!” cries David White, speaking to thousands of husbands and dads around the country. “Albert Einstein, arguably the smartest man of our time, was divorced. Twice! Stephen Hawkings was recently quoted as saying the greatest mystery of the universe is women. So when you stand at the altar and are asked if you promise to love and cherish your wife forever, what they really should be asking you is, ‘Do you think you’re smarter than Einstein and Hawkings?’”
David further believes the Lord intentionally created these jobs with such an exceptionally high learning curve so that a man’s ego wouldn’t be able to convince him to go it alone. Only by placing Christ at the center of a marriage can a husband achieve success and David walks husbands and fathers (current and wannabes) through the paces.
Make no mistake, David does not promise a quick and easy seminar explaining the mystery of the female mind to men. After all, David is a Christian who worships God, but doesn’t pretend to be Him.
A 30-90 minute, one-man comedy show. The show is a multi-media show about David’s coming to Hollywood at the age of 19: the challenges, the incredible stories, the laughs, the pain, the faithfulness of God, and of course, God’s Not Dead!