Pastor Tremain Davis was born on July 11, 1977 to two wonderful parents, Victor & Eloise Davis. At the age of eleven years old God called him to preach His word. Since his calling, God has grown and matured him in the faith. Pastor Davis has been serving God for thirty years. He served as Assistant Pastor at Bethlehem United Methodist Church for 5 years. While at Bethlehem, he taught children and youth Bible study, served as a counselor for Bethlehem UMC summer camp program, implemented a basketball ministry, and oversaw the youth worship service which aimed to help young people better grasp and apply God’s word to their lives.
After leaving Bethlehem UMC, Pastor Davis served at Golden Memorial UMC for sixteen years. During his tenure, God used him in many different capacities. He served as the head of the Children & Youth ministry and started the Singles Ministry. In addition, he served on the finance committee, trustee board, taught Men’s Bible study, headed the New Membership class, planned and implemented a senior care ministry at Grace Care Nursing home, taught Sunday School, started a tutorial ministry for ages 10-18, chaired the Young Adult Ministry and performed a host of other ministry endeavors such as weddings and funerals, evangelism, and counseling.
Pastor Davis has also served as Pastor at Kaigler UMC, Adairsville UMC, Poplar Springs UMC, and now has his own ministry, Kingdom Life Community Church Inc. Pastor Davis graduated from Liberty University where he received both his Associate and Bachelor of Science in Religion. He is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity at Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, GA. On October 22, 2016 he married Carolyn Williams and happily added to his family four wonderful children, Ashley Gibson, Andre Dumas, Armani Dumas, and Autumn Dumas. On December 22, 2018, he was ordained as an Elder by The Covenant Bishops Global Council, Inc. In February 2020, Pastor founded and implemented Kingdom Life Community Church, Inc.
Pastor Davis has served in several community organizations such as Black Teens for Advancement, the Boys & Girls Club, and Hands on Atlanta just to name a few. Pastor Tremain Davis has received numerous of awards for his service to the community but at the end of the day what matters most to him is having a heart for God and God’s children. In the words of Pastor Davis, “When all is said and done, when I have left this world, I hope people will be able to say, “he loved God and he loved God’s children and he demonstrated it in his service to God and others.”