About Aaron Davis

Aaron Davis is a church planter in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.  He is a graduate of the University of Missouri and the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  He has served in churches in Arkansas and Missouri and has preached and taught in churches in Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Maryland, and El Salvador.

He is married to Samantha and they have one son, Caleb.  They also care for Cody, a soldier in the United States Army.  The family also keeps TutTut the turtle and Sienna the beagle.

In his free time, Aaron enjoys exploring the island, trying new watersports, reading, and writing poetry.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Richard Fischer
    Dec 29, 2011 @ 15:15:55

    Greetings Aaron,

    I enjoyed reading your review of Orphanology and would like to share your perspectives with the readers of Adoption Today magazine.
    I am requesting permission to reprint your review of Orphanology and will include full credit to you as reviewer.

    Reply

  2. replicateministries
    Sep 13, 2013 @ 21:26:54

    I found your blog because of your review of Radical. I have a new book coming out in November about discipleship.

    My name is Robby Gallaty and the title of my book is: Growing Up: How to Be a Disciple Who Makes Disciples. After surrendering my life to Christ in 2002, I was presented with the opportunity to be discipled by David Platt, New York Times best selling author of Radical and Follow Me, who wrote the foreword.

    You can learn more about my book at http://growingupbook.com or visit Amazon: http://amzn.to/18N4PPO.

    Many people have graciously endorsed the book already: Kay Arthur, Robert Coleman, Jerry Vines, Eric Geiger, Ed Stetzer, Tim Brister, John Ankerberg, J.D. Greear, Bill Hull, Greg Ogden, Johnny Hunt, Larry Osborne, Derwin Gray, Chris Adsit, Russell Moore, Danny Akin, Sam Rainer, Bobby Harrington, Tony Merida, and Clayton King.
    I can email you a digital copy of my book. Thanks in advance for considering.

    By the way, I am also a graduate of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

    Blessings,
    Robby

    Reply

    • birchtreepastor
      Sep 17, 2013 @ 17:04:38

      I’d love to read your book, but among many other things, I am currently committed to writing a book review and will probably not be able to read your book until at least October.

      Reply

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