APOSTLE DAVIS' BIOGRAPHY
Apostle Brandon A. Davis was born on July 18th, 1996 to Elder Teressa Davis and Bro. Leland Lewis. He is the proud big brother of Sis. Mikayla Davis, a Jackson State University graduate and grandson of a praying grandmother, Mother Mildred Canty. He graduated in the top ten percent of his class at Wenonah High School in 2014 and served as class president. Apostle Davis is an alumnus of Miles College, where he graduated cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary English/Language Arts Education, and Walden University, where he graduated summa cum laude, with a Master of Science Degree in Educational Leadership & Administration. He is currently enrolled in the doctoral program at Hampton University, in pursuit of his Ph.D. in Educational Management. He is also a proud educator with Birmingham City Schools. Apostle Davis serves in many leadership positions and is actively involved in on his job, in his community, church and considered as an advisor and confidant to many. He preached his initial sermon and was licensed on December 29th, 2013 and ordained on April 26th, 2015 while under the leadership of Rev. John L. & First Lady Bernice E. Jackson. He was ordained to the office of a pastor in March of 2017. In February of 2018, Apostle Davis was installed, under the apostolic covering of his pastor, Chief Apostle Lester E. Dale (Word of Faith Fellowship) as the Senior Pastor of The City of Faith. Under Apostle Davis’ leadership, The City of Faith, affectionately known as “The City” is a thriving church in the Evergreen Bottom Community. His ministry is one that has the seal of God’s approval and anointing all over it. As a trailblazer, the anointing that rests upon the Man of God’s life is authorized by God, and he is a commissioned voice crying out in the wilderness to prepare the way of The Lord.