D.A. Davis is the author of two books, Barren Vines and Empty Baskets; Love must Confront. Davis is honored to be married to First Lady Lorita Davis, they have three children and three grand children.
Davis is a multi-faceted, multi-talented professional who is adept and skilled in many areas of ministry, business, literature, communication and education. He is the founder and senior pastor of Spirit Fellowship Church, one of the faster growing church in Desoto, Texas and one of the most uniquely established ministries in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, metroplex.
Davis is a former IRS employee, Military Officer, and business executive and currently holds the title of Bishop. Also, he is a ‘Cancer’ survivor, proven business leader, public speaker and relationship coach. He engages his audience through life classes and public seminars in various areas of disciplines.
With over twenty-five years in ministry and nearly two decades in the pastorate, and thirty two years of marriage Davis enjoys a prolific, storied career in leading people and impacting their habitate.
Having his first church literally placed in his lap D. A. Davis pioneered and developed a national prayer line ministry, which meets daily to pray. He hold seminars and conferences on all kinds of relationship issues that couples endure. Being a master teacher, principled speaker and excellent motivator Davis encourages couples how to solve their problems through his strategic interpretation of communication issues. Often-times Davis utilizes ball room dancing skills to teach communication techniques to instruct couples. It is too difficult to dance with your partner when you are stepping on each other toes.
Known for his uncompromising integrity, he is a trailblazer and trendsetter who focuses on being relevant and innovative as he launches his ground-breaking technological less-lethal bullet with a recently issued design patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Davis is committed to the continual improvement and creation of opportunities for others to improve under his leadership. Through his bold, frank delivery of the Word of God, he crusades to free church leaders, husbands and wives, divorcees, widows and widowers from the chains of traditional conditioning. He shares candidly about the challenges facing the local church, relationships, marriages, business problems; while providing uplifting, spiritual, solution-driven responses to matters of social inequality and political injustice with cultural sensitivity.