David Nasser (Photo courtesy of Ocean City Tabernacle)

The Ocean City Tabernacle welcomes pastor, author and evangelist David Nasser to speak at the 8:30 a.m. traditional and 10:30 a.m. contemporary services on Sunday, June 5.

In 1979, then 9-year-old David and his family were forced to flee their home country of Iran amidst a bloody revolution, seeking asylum in America as refugees.

At age 18, after years of difficult assimilation to a new culture during a time when Iranian-American social and political tensions were high, Nasser found hope and redemption through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Soon after his conversion from Islam to Christianity, he began pursuing his new-found calling in ministry. For over 30 years, God has used and equipped him as a gifted evangelist, author, and campus pastor of the world’s largest collegiate ministry, according to a Tabernacle news release.

Recently, Nasser and his wife, Jennifer, have moved to Franklin, Tenn., to begin a new chapter as they lead a non-profit organization, the For Others Collective.

Nasser continues to be a highly regarded communicator who speaks at churches, conferences, and festivals, as well as consults with a variety of organizations on the topics of culture development, leadership, and systems building across the globe.

For a complete schedule of speakers, concerts, programs, and events at the Ocean City Tabernacle, visit The Tabernacle is located at 550 Wesley Ave., Ocean City.