David Willersdorf is passionate about seeing people live great lives with Jesus Christ. Through song, speaking and his life, David endeavours to offer others an excuse to encounter Jesus.

His latest blog on "Why Worship Leaders are Redundant" makes interesting reading and gives insight into a man with a close walk with God and an understanding of the responsibility of being a 'worship leader'." I've come to the realisation that as a Church Worship Leader, I am redundant, superfluous and unnecessary. There is only one person I should be leading in worship". he writes.

 

David is no stranger to song writing and leading worship. While studying song writing at college, David wrote one of his first songs, "Let Your Presence Fall". This song and others have been recorded by a number of artists, including Hillsong's Darlene Zschech, Bishop T. D. Jakes, and Dove® and Grammy® award nominees.

David has been a worship pastor at two churches in Australia, and has helped numerous others by helping to train teams in how best to assist people encounter God's power and love.

He has been blessed to be able to present his songs to people in places as diverse as the Sydney's Entertainment Centre, Opera House and Olympic Park through to many other venues from outback town halls to large city venues throughout the world. He has sung in front of multiplied thousands through to smaller, more intimate venues. 

"I just love proclaiming the greatness of what Jesus has done and how we can live great, positive lives because of Him," says David.

David also has founded a non-profit music publishing company, as well as the Adore Songwriter's Conference and also Artist Ministries, a ministry organisation dedicated to helping people meet and enjoy life with Jesus Christ.

He speaks on behalf of Compassion, an organisation helping to release the potential of communities right across the third world.

He is the son of evangelists Brian and Christine Willersdorf and thanks God for a rich ministry heritage.

To find out more about David, check out his web site here: David's website