With over 20 years of experience in ministry, David Knight has become a gifted speaker and relational evangelism trainer.
Since 2009, David has been the go-to fill-in speaker at his home church – The Table Dallas (formerly Crosspointe). In that time he also held a staff position, became an ordained minister and currently serves as an Elder.
By drawing from a wide variety of topics, David can adapt his previous messages or craft a specific, customized message just for your audience. Contact us today to find out how he can help you deliver YOUR message.
“Their breakout session was amazing. It was a passionate message that they preached. I was blown away! David really rocked it!”
Ron Bruno | Volunteer Leader | Wild Week
You need a dynamic and engaging speaker for your event. You need someone with the ability to connect to a crowd and engage them in your message. You need someone that you can trust to confidently and effectively communicate your vision. David Knight may just be the answer you are looking for!
“David came in on a Sunday morning and just did a great job of preaching the Word and telling our people the importance of sharing their Gospel story. I wholeheartedly recommend him to be part of your event.”
Chad King | Senior Pastor | FBC Childress, TX
“I know that when David fills my pulpit I can trust that he will not only Biblically guide my congregation, but that he will do it in a way that engages and challenges. His passion for the Gospel is infectious”
David Wahlstedt | Lead Pastor | The Table Dallas
DAVID'S MESSAGESWhile preaching at Crosspointe, David had the opportunity to record and archive EVERY message he preached there. They are presented here to give you a complete picture of his sermons.
Pain. Suffering. We all face it at sometime in our lives. Why does a "good" God allow bad things to happen?
STORIES is an easy, organic approach to sharing your faith. This particular version was preached by David Knight and his pastor, David Wahlstedt.
In this message, David talks about the "snake on a stake" from Numbers and how we can apply the lessons in that passage to our own Christian walk.
In this message, David comments on Mark 1's depiction of the calling of Jesus' first disciples and where we can learn a lesson from them.
What does it mean to be made in the image of a creative God? How does that affect our lives?
David's message to his church, Crosspointe, about what God wants to do through them.
Billy Joel said 'I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints. The sinners are much more fun. Is that or should that be the case?
This week we look at the anointing of Elisha. What lessons can we learn along the way? Listen and find out...
What happens when we are at the end of our rope? How can we follow God in His leading and complete the mission He has set before us?
We conclude our series: Why I Hate Christmas with David Knight's thoughts on Baby Jesus...
What does it mean to be holy as God is holy? How can we participate in God's holiness to engage transformation in our life?
How do we move past the false narrative of earning favor with God into the narrative that Jesus told of a generous God?
This was David's first-ever message. It was for a church sermon series called "Crosspointe at the Movies." It used an illusion and was thematically based around the movie "Slumdog Millionaire."