On this episode of Limitless Spirit, pastor David Domina shares how God gave Him a vision and experience of hell that led him to Christ and ultimately to finding his true calling.
David took a while to figure out what he was supposed to do with his life. He first studied psychology in college before switching to journalism. But after getting married and realizing he needed something more lucrative to support his family, he started a successful construction business. But then, God made it clear to David that He was calling him to build lives rather than buildings.
He has been leading a thriving church in Rochester, New York and considers himself a missionary to America. At the same time, he remains open to what God has for him next and believes that God doesn’t have one perfect plan for His children and gives us a free choice.
3:08 – Why David was a “problem kid” and sought his identity outside of the church
6:46 – A vision of hell, where David was heading, shook up his entire life
11:46 – The indirect route David took to becoming a full-time pastor
17:27 – The difference between occupation and calling, when it comes to “greater purpose”
19:22 – Why David wrestled with the call to being a pastor, including his fear of public speaking
21:39 – Rising crime in Rochester, NY, where David preaches and how he and other Christians can respond to a world filled with hatred and evil
25:47 – David’s openness to continue following God, even if he’s called away from being a pastor
27:04 – Being a missionary to America
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