Over the last forty plus years, Dr. James O. Davis has successfully developed and deployed more than ten major international initiatives, which in turn have created compounding momentum throughout the entire Body of Christ.
Dr. Davis is committed to synergizing and mobilizing the Global Church for the completion of the Great Commission.
Christian leaders recognize Dr. Davis as one of the leading networkers in the Christian world.
More than 80,000 pastors and leaders have attended his biennial pastors’ conference and leadership summits across the United States and in all major world regions. Dr. Davis has been named among the “Top Ten Christian Influencers in the World.”
Dr. James O. Davis ministers 45 weeks out of the year to a yearly audience of over 125,000.
In the last 30 years, Dr. James O. Davis has ministered face-to-face to millions of people.
Have attended conferences and summits lead by Dr. James O. Davis.
Annual travel of 250,000+ miles with a combined total more than 10 million miles.
Everywhere Paul went, there was either a riot or a revival. He either made friends for Christ or foes for Christ. Upon coming to town, Paul did not stay in a penthouse, but often a jailhouse. In Acts chapter 16, there are many conquests. Paul is now beginning his ministry in Europe; that would eventually spread to America. These conquests commenced with vagueness; not knowing which way to go (16:6-8), continued with vision (16:9-11) and climaxed with victory (16:12-40). Second, chapter 16 is filled with conversions. Lydia found the Lord (16:14-15). A slave found the Savior (16:16-18). A jailer found Jesus (16:30-31). Luke shows us how the Holy Spirit dealt with a tender soul, a tormented soul and a tough soul. Each conversion was different. For Lydia, it was a heartwarming. For the slave, it was devil-defying. For the jailer, it was earth-shaking. Lydia was a seller of purple and wealthy. The was a slave to people and wretched. The jailer was supervisor of prisoners and worldly. Next. Acts chapter 16 is filled with cities. Derbe, Lystra, Iconium, Phrygia, Mysia, Bithynia, Troas, Samothracia, Neapolis, Philippi, and Thyatira. Philippi was a capital city. It was ten miles inland from Neapolis. The…Read More
From the first time I met James Davis, I was raptured with the vision of more than one billion souls coming to Christ in my lifetime. We are honored to partner with him and his excellent team.
It a thrill to serve with James Davis on this global team, believing the Lord to plant churches where there have never been any churches before and to see souls saved where no souls have been saved before.
I have been a part of this global network since it was first announced by James Davis to more than 5,000 leaders. I am thrilled to know now that pastors in more than 140 nations are partnering together.
We are committed to the Second Billion Network and to seeing untold millions come to Christ in our lifetime. I deeply appreciate James Davis’ servant leadership and his vision for the Body of Christ.
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