Pastor Greg W. Davis
Pastor Greg W. and Julia Davis, daughters Haley, Dawn

Founding Pastor Greg W. Davis, Julia, his wife, daughters, Davis2Haley & Dawn

Dawn_HaleyPastor Greg W. Davis and Family, Wife Julia, and two children, Dawn and Haley
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Graduating from Apostolic Bible Institute in 1984,  with a BA in Apostolic Ministry, he served as Youth Pastor/Assistant in Walkerton, IN. Transferring to Ottawa, IL, in 1986, Pastor and Sis. Davis served as Youth Pastor, Teachers in preschool and School, Sunday School Staff, and District Youth Work until moving to DeKalb in November of 1992.
After completing his Accounting Degree (BA, College of St. Francis) in 1993, Pastor Davis received his CPA in May of 1995. He is currently also employed with Mason Properties as a Controller. In 2003, Pastor Davis, along with John and Sharon Saponari, purchased a Jackson Hewitt personal tax franchise.  Currently, they have 9 offices, over 2,000 clients, and four territories.

Pastor Davis is involved in Children’s camps, Growth conferences, as well as other Illinois District meetings. He administers the Junior Bible Quizzing Program for the Sunday School Division, and serves as the local Save Our Children Peanut Day Committee for DeKalb.

Davis4His wife, Julia (Julie)  Davis serves to co-ordinate so many ministries of the church. She plays the organ regularly in our services, teaches Sunday School, directs the Ladies’ Ministry, administrates as the Church Secretary, and completes various tasks and duties.  She received her BA in Apostolic Studies, ABI, 1984, graduating along with her husband..  She has completed additional college classroom courses in Childhood Development. She has taught a variety of ages in preschool and Day Care.

In 1999, their family expanded with the addition of Dawn and Haley.  Currently, Dawn (19) is a Freshman At Kish Waukee Junior College studying elementary education, loves video games, puzzles, and painting.  Haley, (18) is a Junior who loves playing with her dog, Princess, puzzles, playing the piano, horseback riding, and playing internet games.

Together, they form a hard working team that makes family ministry work in DeKalb.