“I have known Davon for some years now and he has been nothing short of a blessing to my ministry, my wife or me personally. He really exemplifies what it means to be Transparent for Christ in the way he has been a brother in very dark moments for me. Whether it was our marriages, our testimonies from pornography, or our current walks with Jesus, he is definitely someone that I can confide and trust in for everything.”
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“Working ‘in ministry’ isn’t easy and it never has been. That’s why I have the highest respect and appreciation for Davon Johnson. I’ve worked with him for almost 5 years. His compassion for the lost, courage, enthusiasm, bold faith, love for God’s word and gift for evangelism are what set him apart from others. Specifically, he’s worked with me in the Overcomers Network as a leader. Davon has a God given ability to inspire others and I’ve always seen him point people to Jesus and the cross.”
“It is truly a blessing to be able to know this brother. What I believe connected Davon and me was our passion to see souls set free from the chains of sin and the enemy, and seeing the work that the Lord is doing through this vessel is truly amazing. Here is a man who walks in humility before God, loves his wife and has remained faithful in ministry. I couldn’t ask for a better friend and brother to co-labor in the Gospel with!”
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