Dr. David T. Coleman is a native of Henry County, Virginia. He was born again in 1975. At the age of 21 David received the call into ministry. As he began to seek the Lord for direction, he was led to a local church where he submitted himself to the Pastor to be a servant. There the Lord used him in lay evangelism, prisons, nursing homes, home-prayer groups, teaching, training and other facets.
In 1981, he married Debra Robertson who also is a successful minister. In 1982 David and Debra moved to Roanoke, Virginia after receiving direction from the Lord to accept a Pastorís request to be an Associate Pastor. During this time the church doubled and grew in other capacities.
In 1985 David and Debra were led by the Lord to Patrick Springs, Virginia with an apostolic anointing to raise up a church for the last days; to be a forerunner, to bring change and equip people to do the work of the ministry for the next generation.†
Harvest Worship Center is such a church and has continued to impact the area for the Kingdom of God. Ministry and outreaches expand from feeding the hungry, missions, childrenís programs, prison and jail ministries, intercessory prayer, drama, television, mentoring, a college extension, and other facets of ministry.†
God has allowed David to minister in denominational and non-denominational churches alike. He has a heart to help and strengthen pastors by imparting vision and spiritual gifts. He has been the host of T.B.N. and T.C.T. network programs, ministered telethons, revivals and radio ministry. He also has a broadcast on cable 18 in Martinsville, Virginia which airs twice weekly.
Davidís missionary travels include Germany, Belgium, Panama, and Trinidad. His upcoming crusades include Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago.