Sunday, April 20, 2008


Formerly, David was one of the top professional tennis players in the world. During his 13 years on tour from 1988-2001, David reached the semifinals or better in singles or doubles of every Grand Slam tournament (including the semi-finals of singles at Wimbledon), attained a career-high singles world ranking of #12, won the prestigious Grand Slam Cup, represented the United States in Davis Cup competition, and scored victories over such notable players as Andre Agassi, Jimmy Connors, Stefan Edberg, Ivan Lendl, Jim Courier, and Michael Chang. He is now the host of The Christian Worldview, a weekly nationally syndicated radio program that originates from Salem Communications' AM 980 KKMS in Minneapolis/St. Paul and is the editor of website and blog. In addition, David is the author of University of Destruction, a sought-after speaker to both Christian and corporate groups, and is a contributing columnist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

David Wheaton

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The statistic is staggering: As many as 50 percent of Christian students say they have lost their faith after four years in college. For far too many students, the transition from home life to campus life is traumatic - what begins as a University of Instruction often ends up being a University of Destruction . . . with long-lasting negative effects and no guarantee of return. Relating his own experiences at Stanford, David Wheaton describes the three Pillars of Peril you will face in college - sex, drugs/alcohol, and humanism - and presents a game plan for victory over these pitfalls based on raising your spiritual GPA. You will also receive practical advice on dating, friends, choosing the right college, and how to get back on course if you have gone astray. Headed to college? Already there? Let the Gospel centered approach of University of Destruction show you how to be an Overcomer on campus!

1 comment:

Cameron Buettel said...

I've met David two times. He is a Christian of substance and depth. Be sure to check out his radio show "The Christian Worldview".