David Kirk was born in Belfast, N. Ireland in 1907. He was saved when he was nine and baptized at ten years of age. He spent his youth in what was called the "Village Work". He and others his age went on their bicycles to outlyng areas to preach the gospel in the open air. In August 1931 he was commended by his home assembly, Ebenezer Gospel Hall, Belfast, to the work of the Lord in Nova Scotia, Canada. In 1932 he was joined by his fiancee, Molly Macartney, and they were married that year.
In 1942 he moved to Stirling, Ontario where he lived until 1947 when he and his family made a trip to Ireland and stayed for 15 months. During that time he had a ten-week long series of gospel meetings in which he spoke seven times a week (Monday to Friday evenings and twice on Sunday). In that series 60+ accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.
On his return to Canada, he settled in Hamilton where he fellowshipped at MacNab Street Gospel Hall/West Fifth Bible Chapel until his death in 1974. His wife passed away in 1987 and one daughter, Grace, in 2002.
In many assemblies across Canada and the USA, he was well accepted as an evangelistic preacher and (more so in latter years) as a gifted Bible teacher.
Two sons and two daughters and their families still live in the Hamilton area and praise God that nearly all know Jesus as Lord and are faithfully serving Him
David Kirk wrote the following booklets, some of which may still be available in print:
- The Wonderful Word of God
- Joseph's Bones
- From the Manger to the Throne
- Mystery of Divine Chastening
All messages by David Kirk, All speakers from 1972
|Speaker||Title and Tags||Date||Place||Lang|
|Kirk, David||Atlantic Lyman Conf.1972-01 ~ Leviticus 1;1 Leviticus||-- 1972 --||unavailable|
|Kirk, David||Atlantic Lyman Conf.1972-02 ~ Stewardship||-- 1972 --||unavailable|
|Kirk, David||Atlantic Lyman Conf.1972-03 ~ Genesis 22; Genesis||-- 1972 --||unavailable|