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David Mullins

Speaker, teacher, writer, and musician, David Mullins seeks to use these gifts to take
the simple, life-changing word of God’s love to both the lost and to those in the Church
who believe they are unlovable, unaccepted and unworthy of His love.

David grew up in rural Indiana, the youngest of five children in a strong Christian home.
Later at Johnson University, David earned both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and
Preaching and the love of his best friend for life, his wife Robin. They have two adult
married children, Jonathan and Kacie, and four precious grandchildren. After
graduating from Johnson University, David has served in churches in West Virginia,
Kansas, Indiana, Florida, and Tennessee.

Following the death of David’s brother, singer/songwriter, Rich Mullins in 1997, David
and his family relocated to Wichita, Kansas to continue Rich’s vision to take the love of
Christ to the Native American reservations. As Director of The Legacy of a Kid Brother
of St. Frank from 1998-2002, David was involved in speaking and teaching in churches,
camps and retreats across America, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, and Guatemala. He
and the Legacy ministry team developed art, drama and music camps for Native
American youth. David also realized his love for writing, speaking and leading adult
retreats, teaching the grace, love and forgiveness of God.

Connection is a word which best describes David’s approach to ministry; he exhibits an
easy-going ability to connect with audiences on a significant level. This ability to connect
deeply allows him to connect them to the radical truth of the Gospel and especially the
truth that God loves them in their brokenness. David is currently serving as the Lead
Teaching Minister at Colonial Heights Christian Church in Kingsport, TN and is the
central speaker for Walking Stick Retreats.

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