New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church
About Our Pastor
Reverend Dr. Glenn R. Davis
ABOUT OUR PASTOR
Reverend Glenn R. Davis, a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Davis of Winston-Salem, N.C. He has one brother, Aaron Davis, a sister-in-law, Joni, two nieces, Chelsea and Landon of Huntersville, North Carolina.
Rev. Dr. Davis received his formative education in the public schools of Forsyth county. He graduated from Winston-Salem State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Studies. Upon graduation, he taught Social Studies in addition to coaching basketball and track in Fluvanna County for five years. After receiving his call to the ministry, he studied Church Administration and the History of the Old Testament at the Virginia School of Theology in Richmond, Virginia. On February 2002, he received an honorary doctorate degree from St. Thomas Christian College in Jacksonville, FL for 21 years of faithful service in ministry.
Rev. Dr. Davis is an anointed man of God, who is a capable teacher as well as a dynamic preacher. His members affectionately call him a "people's pastor". As a result of Rev. Dr. Davis' vision, the church has been enriched through various ministries. A few of these include Television and Radio Ministries, Transportation Ministry, Door to Door Evangelism, Bread of Life Ministry, Campus and Workplace Bible Studies, College Ministry, a Tutorial Program, Coast-to-Coast Bible Reading Class, Progressive Youth Program, and a Missionary-minded Need Relief Mission Outreach.
He is actively affiliated with the North River Association, the Slate River Association, the James River Association, and Hampton Ministries Conference. In 2000, Reverend Dr. Davis was honored with a listing in the National Register of Who's Who for Executives and Professionals. He is the founder of Joy Productions, a Non-Profit Organization for Christians. Rev. Dr. Davis is the Founder, Visionary and Executive Director of Glenn R. Davis Ministries.
Rev. Dr. Davis is also a world traveler. He has traveled and worshipped in Israel, Athens, France, Japan, Canada, Africa, Hawaii, Brazil and India. In 1986, he worshipped in the largest church in the world, which is located in Seoul, Korea.
He presently has an international outreach preaching ministry at www.NCPreaching.org.