David Moore is founder and president of "Two Cities Ministries.” David has spoken at several universities, churches, and conferences on a variety of topics. Conference speaking has taken him to Canada, Mexico, Poland, Croatia, and France. He
has also spoken at numerous professional baseball and football chapels for teams such as the San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, and Chicago Bears.
David graduated with academic honors from Dallas Theological Seminary and received an M.A.in Christian Thought (magna cum laude) from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. At Trinity, he was awarded the Professor C.B. Bjuge award for his thesis and was co-recipient, along with his wife, of the Kitty DeBaets Memorial Award for "academic excellence and commitment to family."
He is the author of three books, most recently, The Last Men’s Book You’ll Ever Need.
He has written for numerous other publications, including op. ed. pieces in the Austin American-Statesman. He is currently working on two books: Get to Know Bill, about his unlikely friendship with the late William F. Buckley, and Where Did Jesus Go?: Loving Fads, Losing Jesus.
David’s wife Doreen is the author of a book on three eighteenth century Christian leaders entitled Good Christians, Good Husbands?: Leaving a Legacy in Marriage and Ministry (Christian Focus Publications of Scotland, UK). They live in Austin and have two sons.