In 1967 a small group of people came together and started a church in Palm Bay. Just up the road at Kennedy Space Center, the best and brightest minds in America were trying to put a man on the moon. Both groups were successful. One group planted a flag on the moon. The other group […]
About Pastor David Myers
Pastor David Myers went to Apostolic Bible Institute in 1981 at the age of 17 years old and graduated with honors three years later with a Bachelor’s degree in Apostolic Studies. After evangelizing for a number of years, teaching youth seminars and preaching youth crusades, he returned to Palm Bay to work with his father, who pastored First Pentecostal Church in Palm Bay, Florida.
Pastor Myers served as Florida District Bible Quiz Coordinator, Southeastern Bible Quiz Coordinator and the Florida District Youth President before returning to school in 1994 and graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Systematic Theology from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida.
In 1996 Pastor Myers enrolled in law school at Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida. In 1997, Pastor Myers studied at Oxford University in Oxford, England. In 1998, he studied at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland under U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and in 1999, at McGill College in Montreal, Canada under the former U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice, William Rehnquist. Pastor Myers graduated Cum Laude with a Juris Doctorate degree from Barry University School of Law in 2000.
After being elected in 1998 as senior pastor of the First Pentecostal Church in Palm Bay, Pastor Myers oversaw construction on a new 28,000 square foot church complex. The construction was completed in 2000 and won a national design award. The new construction combined with an excellent leadership team propelled the church to flourish with new members and triple in membership.
In 2007, the auditorium was expanded to seat 1000 people and construction began on a 22,000-foot Family Life Center. This facility was completed in 2008 and was named in honor of Bishop J.E. Myers.
In 2011, Pastor Myers published his first book titled “The Supremacy Clause, the laws of man that reveal the love of God” through Fitly Spoken Press. His knowledge of U.S. law and the Word of God allows him to construct a very powerful and informative book on how the scripture has shaped our laws.
In 2015, Pastor Myers published his second book entitled, “Heaven, we have a Problem, 13 miracles from the Apollo 13 mission that will rocket your faith.” In this book Pastor Myers explores how to recover from an unexpected explosion in your life using the Apollo 13 mission of returning safely to earth and Biblical principles as a guide.
Pastor Myers passion is missions’ work overseas. He has travelled to 107 countries to build churches, orphanages and schools. Pastor Myers is the director of Hands for Healing, a non-profit humanitarian organization that provides disaster relief, food assistance and construction to those in need locally and globally.
Pastor Myers and his wife Aimee are blessed with identical twin sons Gregory David and Luke Ellis along with a beautiful girl, Sophia Aimee.
Entries by Pastor David Myers
Joy to the World! A song that is sung by many in the month of December. An expression that permeates cultures, nations, and partisanship. Everyone with even a minimal sense of civility seems to endorse peace and joy to all. Peace is popular, and joy is encouraged in secular and religious circles alike. The quest […]
The 2016 presidential election season has been like driving past a car wreck on the interstate. You know it is going to be destructive and harmful, but you can’t help looking. The inundation of news from all of the media outlets that modern technology affords us has put each of us in the crosshairs of […]
I was aware as a boy that the Bible said something about “it is better to give than to receive,” but I am not sure if I believed it. The idea that giving something away would somehow be better than receiving it was not a concept that I was able to get my brain around. […]
As a young boy, my concept of freedom was when the school bell rang, and classes were dismissed. We were free to play ball and visit our friends. The greatest threat to our freedom was the idea that parents and school officials could set rules and laws requiring us to be in school. At the […]
The church and the state have attempted to live together for more than 240 years in America. Like a good marriage, one could argue that they need each other. Unlike a good marriage, we pretend that they don’t influence each other. Occasionally, they come together to have a dinner or an event and hope and […]
I was ten years old, and my father pastored a small church on the East end of Palm Bay Road. Easter was approaching and to promote a record attendance my dad offered a free rabbit to everyone that brought a visitor. It seems that someone associated with the church had offered us a bundle of […]
Attending law school and pursuing a Jurist doctorate has many challenges, but also many rewards. One high point that stands out in my mind occurred in the spring of 1998 when I received a letter in the mail from the University of San Diego. I had been fortunate in the summer of 1997 to be […]
Dear Pastor David Myers, I want to thank you for your book Heaven We Have A Problem. One of the members of your church gave my son a copy of your book. I was given the book to read from my son. A couple of years ago he was on his bicycle and was hit […]