Living Word InternationalWho We AreDr Wriglesworth
...Dr. David J. Wriglesworth serves as the Executive Director of Living Word International sharing the ministry in churches, reaching into the world with the Gospel message, and training nationals in their various leadership responsibilities.He
has written and published the two books, Christian Courtesy and Jesus Christ: The Model Leader.The first book discusses biblical hospitality in depth.The second writing has been published in Asia and used for leadership training seminars.He
is presently expanding the leadership material to include a general picture of biblical leadership with a ten course program.His
ministry has also included magazine and newspaper articles.In his
aired two radio programs--Living Word and Praise Notes.Dr. Wriglesworth also serves as the pastor of the First Baptist Church in Canonsburg, PA, having returned for a second time in this ministry.
came from a pastoral home, accepting Jesus Christ as his
personal Savior at age nine.At eighteen years, he
life to full-time Christian service.His
service for the Lord has continued for over thirty five years, including youth, Christian education, assistant pastoral and pastoral positions.As a pastor, he served two churches for over sixteen years--First Baptist Church in Canonsburg, PA and First Baptist Church in Mifflintown, PA.
Both works grew spiritually and numerically under his
leadership.For the last thirteen years, he has been working in sort-term mission projects around the world ministering in many different countries to He continues to work in short-term mission projects around the world and raises support for national pastors.He has also served with World Evangelistic Outreach, a mission agency, and Pennsylvanians for Biblical Morality, a political lobbying organization.Dr. Wriglesworth has a B.A. in Bible and Christian Education from Barrrington College, Barrington, RI; an M.R.E. degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, MA; and M.Div. and D.Min. degrees from Luther Rice Seminary, Atlanta, GA.He
was ordained into the ministry in 1970.