As an experienced pastor, David Fletcher knows church life. As a professor, he delivers insightful material. As a seasoned coach, Fletcher helps people grow.
Fletcher is often called The Dean of Executive Pastors. He was a pastor for 35 years in churches ranging in size from 1,000 to 8,000 members. He oversaw single and multisite churches, as well as churches with mergers, camps, schools, apartments, and cafés.
He founded XPastor in 2003 and its free articles from hundreds of authors have become a principal resource for leaders in a complex church world. The organization’s annual XP-Seminar is one of Church Law & Tax’s perennially recommended church management conferences.
With degrees from Dallas Seminary and executive education at the Kellogg School of Management and the Harvard Business School, Fletcher brings an objective perspective, vast experience, biblical principles, and best practices. He teaches Doctor of Ministry students at Dallas Seminary and ETS India, and has written books and scores of articles for national publications.
With his wife, Tami, he loves to walk the hills near their home in Austin, Texas. Fletcher also loves scuba diving in rivers, lakes, missile silos, and the world’s oceans.