College of Arts and Sciences,
Chair, Department of Music
Dr. David Ledgerwood was led to join the Maranatha faculty in 1986 and became chair of the Department of Music in 2003. Prior to coming to Maranatha, he spent six years as a teacher and administrator at a Christian school. He has had more than 50 works published, including Music Investigations (a 30-day Bible study) and With One Voice: Growing Congregations that Sing. Dr. Ledgerwood, affectionately called “Dr. Ledge” by his students, is the Chair of the Department of Music and directs the Chamber Singers choir as well as teaching a variety of music courses.
“God led me in 1986 to seek a place where God’s Word was honored and where I could sharpen my musical skills. I desire to be a channel of knowledge, experience, and spiritual verity to my students.” – David Ledgerwood
Education and Credentials
DMA Music Education, Boston University
MA Sacred Music, Pensacola Christian College
MA Music Theory and Composition, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
BS Music Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Campus Involvement: Chair, Department of Music; Academic Committee; Leadership Council
Recent writing: Commissioned to write an octavo for his church’s 60th anniversary
Organizations: American Choral Directors Association; National Association for Music Education
Family: Dave and Kim have been married since 1974. They have eight grown children (all MBU grads) and four grandchildren.
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Church Ministry: Dave is a deacon in his church and ministers through music, including playing the organ and piano, singing in the church choir, and assisting with choir rehearsals
Other activities and interests: Composing and arranging music; reading, especially books on musical homeschooling, musical composition, and church history; spending time with family