When we do wrong, we naturally expect some reprimand or penalty. But what about doing a good and right thing and then having to suffer persecution for your action? Jesus Christ lived a perfect life, yet suffered, not only persecution, but ultimately death. In doing so, He set us a perfect example of what He ultimately expects of Christians. We must learn this hardest of lessons for Christians: to suffer wrong with patience. David Horvath guides us through scriptures that point the way to our goal.
David is originally from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area, and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts degree from Ambassador College in 1989. After living five years in the Birmingham, Alabama area, he and his family moved to the Nashville area in 1995 where he and his wife Regina, also an Ambassador College graduate, run a custom home design-build business. David enjoys trail bike riding, weight training, and being a spectator at his three daughters’ volleyball games and track and field meets.