David Wagner is known for his passion for Jesus Christ and his love for people. He is recognized as a relevant and accurate prophetic voice that God is using all over the earth today. He uses his prophetic gifting to empower, equip, and encourage people to discover their destiny and identity in Christ. Dave has a huge heart of mercy and carries a special grace to meet people wherever they are at in life.
He is passionate about reaching the lost, healing the hurting, and restoring the broken through the powerful word of God and the demonstration of the Holy Spirit. David has had the honor of leading tens of thousands of people into a real relationship with Jesus Christ. Through his ministry many people have experienced true freedom from bondage and disease through the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit. Dave uses his personal life experiences, testimony, and sense of humor to encourage and minister to people from every walk of life.
In 2001 David established Father’s Heart Ministries after The Lord spoke to him saying: “I am anointing you to reveal the Heart of the Father to the nations. You shall be a father to the fatherless and a voice to the voiceless. I will use you to heal the orphan spirit and set the captive free. Through you I will turn the hearts of fathers to their children and the children back to their fathers.”
Since starting Father’s Heart, David has ministered across the United States and in more than 60 nations. He has served on the leadership team of Jubilee International Ministries for the past 20 years. Dave also serves on the Board of Directors for Jubilee Christian Academy, The New England Prayer Center, and other ministry boards around the world. In 2010 David also established a program known as Motorcycles 4 Missions, through which he distributes motorcycles to pastors and missionaries around the world. David and his wife Molly live in Franklin, Tennessee. They have five amazing children: Arah, Benjamin, Caleb, Joshua and Isaac who love to travel and minister with their Dad whenever they can.