Damon Davis is first a husband and father of three. Additionally, he's a man with a genuine passion for young people in urban communities. As a child, he grew up in inner city Detroit and spent several years in the Nashville area. The contrast between northern and southern living helped him to see America through unique lenses, especially regarding urban life. Damon is now a licensed and ordained minister with six successful years of full-time ministry experience as a Youth Pastor and Outreach Minister at Faith Christian Center, a well-known church in Phoenix, AZ, led by Pastor Sean and Minister Erica Moore.
Damon, before being planted in a church, grew up as an at-risk street kid with a knack for finding trouble. By the age of 24, Damon had spent the majority of his teenage and young adult life on probation and even incarcerated. At the age of 24, he met Jesus Christ and was radically changed. Since then, he has been introducing countless numbers of people to Jesus while keeping his own reputation intact. Contrary to his earlier years, before knowing Christ, Damon is well known for his passionate teaching, understanding of scripture, Christian standard, and ability to help others develop. He has been successful in developing men and women with backgrounds as diverse as college graduates to former drug dealers. His drive for authentic change through Jesus crosses all economic, racial, and academic lines.
Damon's teaching has been influenced by the education he has received through various schools under the ministries of Bishop Keith Butler, Jimmy DeYoung, and Hope International University.
As the Network Director and Pastor of SimpleFolk Network he and his wife, Malissa, are mobilizing a network of people from the most powerful entity on the Earth, God's Church, to touch communities in practical and loving ways that anyone can recognize and appreciate.
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