Dr. Stacey Davis, Assistant Professor of Educational Ministry and Leadership at Dallas Seminary, talks about when sharing your story, consider including childhood events as a means to inform others of God's involvement in the earliest moments of life shaping your testimony and preparing you for ministry.
About the Contributors
Dr. Davis’s passion is helping others discover their gifts and talents for works of service which the Lord Jesus Christ planned in advance for them. Prior to joining the faculty, her vocational ministry experience included leadership roles at Saddleback Church, Willowcreek Community Church, and Mariners Church. During those years, she pursued a Doctorate in Educational Studies while serving as an adjunct faculty member at both the undergrad and graduate level at Biola University and other Christian colleges and universities. Her research interests include children’s spirituality, the teaching and learning process, and ministry effectiveness. Acts 20:24 is her life verse and inspiration as a faculty member at DTS: “But my life is worth nothing to me unless I use it for finishing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus—the work of telling others the Good News about the wonderful grace of God.”