The passion of Aaron's ministry is revealed in his mission statement of, "Touching the Untouchable and Reaching the Unreachable" by seeing unity restored to the body of Christ across denominational divides with the Love of God displayed to people of all walks of life.

Aaron Davis was born and raised in the down river region of Detroit, Michigan and currently lives south of Nashville, Tennessee with his wife of 23 years, Lisa, and their son Rocky.

With over 25 years of ministry experience, Aaron has had occasion to meet people from all walks of life. He has worked in inner city missions, feeding the homeless, praying with prostitutes, ministering to drug addicts, sitting on the porches of hardened inner-city gang members conversing with them for hours about God, sharing the love of God with drug dealers while they conducted their business on street corners, ministering hope to the incarcerated, and has preached in churches around the country ministering to thousands. 

Aaron's online ministry is impacting an increasingly lost demographic by reaching out to those who would often not even consider gracing the doors of a church; addicts, musicians, porn stars, exotic dancers, actors, those who are tattooed and pierced and those who have been wounded by negative church experiences. His weekly video blogs and pod-casts have been rated among the top blogs on-line, ministering to thousands of people a week and leading countless many to a deeper understanding of the redemptive nature of Jesus Christ.

Aaron has served as a Youth Pastor and an Associate Pastor and is now pursuing his election and passion as an Evangelist while also serving as the Online Campus Pastor, an Elder, Armor bearer, and Teacher at the Oasis. Aaron also actively blogs at

In addition to his ministry experience, Aaron is an online ministry consultant, two time best selling author and retired law enforcement officer where he was named Officer of the Year in 2002 and has served as a D.A.R.E. Officer, School Resource Officer, Detective Sergeant and member of the S.W.A.T. team. Aaron retired medically after an attempt on his life in the line of duty in 2006. His testimony is an impacting illustration for all ages of the importance of hearing the voice of God in daily life.