David D. Ireland

Pastor

Lead pastor of Christ Church, a multisite, multiracial congregation of approximately 70 nationalities in northern New Jersey.

Author

Author of approximately 20 books including One in Christ, Raising a Child Who Prays, The Weapon of Prayer, and The Kneeling Warrior.

Consultant

Career commitment to quality executive leadership in an organizational setting of over 40 different nationalities.

Biography

Dr. David Ireland is founder and senior pastor of Christ Church, a 9,000-member multisite congregation in North Jersey representing over 70 nationalities. Former diversity consultant to the National Basketball Association, Dr. Ireland leads chapel services for the New York Giants, New York Jets, and at the U.S. Pentagon.

Keynote Speaker

In my 30-plus years as an executive leader, I am grateful to have garnered extensive experience in addressing national and international audiences in over 75 nations, including Slovakia, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Germany, India, Cuba, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, and Latin America. To see a list of my upcoming speaking itinerary, click here

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One in Christ

Bridging Racial and Cultural Divides

From his experience pastoring a multiracial, megachurch with over 60 nationalities and serving as a diversity consultant to the NBA, Dr. Ireland coaches us to grow in racial accommodation and acceptance. The lessons will help us become comfortable building relationships across racial and cultural lines both personally and professionally.

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In the Media

RAISING A CHILD WHO PRAYS

Featured on Focus on the Family

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HOW TO BE HAPPY

Featured on Fox and Friends

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THE WEAPON OF PRAYER

Featured on The 700 Club

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THE POWER OF PRAYING & FASTING

Featured on 700 Club Interactive

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THE DIALOGUE OF PRAYER

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THE LAWS OF PRAYER

Featured on Daystar

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