An internship program will bring new, young, innovative ideas into your church’s culture. In return, the church can offer the intern experience and skill development, and most importantly, exposure to the Gospel message that will prove to be the most valuable life changing experience ever. Churches are always looking for help. Sunday comes every week, without fail. There are always problems to be resolved, especially when it comes to church production. Often the church tries to hire their way out of the problem and may think, “If we had money, adding staff would fix our issues.” But, what about interns? Is it possible that an internship program could be a form of outreach to high schools and colleges. The answer is yes. Come and find out the how-tos and watch your tech teams and ministry opportunities multiply.
About the speaker
Senior Director of Technology and Technical Arts
David Leuschner serves on the Senior Team as the Senior Director of Technology and Technical Arts at Gateway Church. Gateway Church is located in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex and is currently averaging 28,000 attendees a weekend. It is the home of Pastor Robert Morris and Worship Leader’s Thomas Miller, Kari Jobe, Mark Harris, Walker Beach and David Moore.
David has been in the Tech industry for over 20 years. He loves what he does and has a passion for presenting God’s Word, Worship and Teaching in a way that changes lives. Currently David guides and directs over 500 volunteers, part-time and full-time staff in a mission to facilitate several hundred events a month among all of Gateway’s 6 venues.
Before coming to work at Gateway Church, David started volunteering in a local Church at the age of 11, but progressed to working high level events that included working with George H W Bush, Alan Lee Keyes, Walt Disney World, Universal Studio’s, ABC News, Steven Curtis Chapman, Newsboys and many other major artists. David has been married to his beautiful wife Nicole for 9 years and they love their adorable 7 year old son Justin.