Greeting's and praise God from whom all blessing's flow. My name is Garney Davis Jr., pastor of IMPACTING LOVE Global Ministries. God has preserved me and commissioned me to come back to where it all started and plant a church. I was called to preach in my youth while serving as Minister of Music at Memorial Temple Church of God In Christ under the late Bishop James A. Dockery for 17 years. I didn't accept the call until 1999. In 2005, I was ordained by Bishop William T. Clark Jr., Pastor of New Bethel Community Church, where I served 14 years. God has given me dual assignments as chaplain and pastor, market place minister and shepherd. I worked for American Axle & Manufacturing for 14 years as chaplain and machine operator. Currently I serve as the Chief Trauma Chaplain at Erie County Medical Center. To convey and display God's love to all people and nations is my mission. I have been traveling to Uganda and South Africa since 2006 preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom and planting churches. The apostolic call on my life is to see men, women, and youth walk in their God ordained purpose and destiny.
I would like to invite you to fellowship with us every Saturday at 11:30 AM at 341 Grider Street, Buffalo, NY 14215. In God's word, we understand that the church is a family made up of families. Come and be a part of this family! Let's not be just a "community", but let's be a "covenant community", where WE celebrate together and cry together. The Kingdom of God is relational, so let you and I come together to make a life changing IMPACT as we glorify God through His son, Jesus. IMPACTING LOVE Global Ministries wants you to experience God's love through us.
Romans 5:6-8 records; “you see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man, though for a good man someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
IMPACTING LOVE Global Ministries anticipates your presence.