Pastor Juanita Davis
Pastor Juanita Davis was born in Savannah, Georgia, the only child to Bishop Daisy Garvin. At the age of 13, she gave her heart to Christ at the Pentecostal Faith Church in New York City.
Up until May of 2005, she served with her late husband, Pastor Fred Davis as Co-Pastor of the Shiloh Baptist Church in Easton, Pennsylvania. Under their leadership, the church grew from 19 members to over 1000 members. They worked together in the vineyard and enabled Shiloh to become a church of inclusion with over 40 ministries to meet the needs of their people.
In the mid-90’s, God gave Pastor Juanita the vision for the Women of Excellence Ministry. The conference, now in its eleventh year, is designed to help women recognize and destroy the yokes that keep them from excelling, begin spiritual and emotional healing, and develop and utilize their talents, maximally. Through the Women of Excellence ministry, speaking engagements and weekly television broadcasts, she ministers to women of every race and denomination. Additionally, she watches over the Intercessory Prayer Group, Prayer Warriors, the Liturgical Dance Ministry and Foreign Missions.
In June of 2005, Pastor Juanita was elevated to a new level: She was appointed as Overseer of the Greater Shiloh Church. It is the desire of Pastor Juanita to see all believers set free by the power of the Almighty God. She is passionate in her relationship to God and is anointed in the ministry of Intercessory Prayer. Her love and enthusiasm for the Lord manifests in her ministry to young and old, and inspires spiritual growth for all God’s people.
In community service, Pastor Juanita has served as president of the Willingboro (NJ) PTA, a member of the Advisory Council of the Burlington (New Jersey) Teen Pageant, and a board member for Christian Women United, Easton Area Neighborhood Center, Easton Zoning Board and Spring Garden Daycare. She was cited by the municipality of Easton as an Outstanding Woman of Easton. She received the Daughters of Eve Award from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and the Black Womanhood Award from the Brothers of Lafayette College. In 1999, she was honored for her service to her church and community with an Appreciation Luncheon. Pastor Juanita Davis is highly esteemed, loved, and respected by the Shiloh Family and all in the community.
She was married to Pastor Fred Davis for 52 years until the Lord called him home in May of 2005. Together, they had four children and seven grandchildren. She is devoted and committed, and her life truly illustrates the godly characteristics of a “virtuous woman”.
Pastor Juanita Davis is a living testimony of love and devotion to God, to her family, to Greater Shiloh Church and to all people.