In addition to his pastoral ministries, his service to kingdom-building extends to the Ministerial Institute College & Seminary in West Point Mississippi as instructor; Northeast Baptist State Congress of Christian Education as Instructor; Mt Olivet District Congress of Christian Education as instructor; and the Northeast Mississippi Baptist State Convention where he served consecutive terms as 1st Vice President to Dr. James A. Boyd, 2nd Vice President to Rev. Donald Anderson, and Vice-President of Ministers Division.
Additionally, Dr. Davidson also served our country in the Mississippi National Guard for twenty-five years before he retired. There, he served as Chaplain Assistant. As Chaplain with the West Point Police Department, he remains actively involved in the City of West Point where he resides having served West Point School District as mentor, leadership team member, and ministerial liaison. Dr. Davidson makes a positive impact in the arenas for which God has placed him. He is a blessing to his family, his community, the two assigned pastoral vineyards, and Christian education students throughout Mississippi. All of his involvement in ministry rests on the fact that he has a B.A. degree greater than any degree bestowed by man. He has a “born again” degree in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Dr. Charles E. Davidson
is a native of Woodland, Mississippi. From the thirty year union between him and his wife, Mrs. Pamela Simmons-Davidson, God blessed them with five children: Anthony, Carlos, Kayla, Marcus, and Raven.
Dr. Davidson accepted God’s call to the ministry in 1987. His theological preparation includes, but is not limited to, a Bachelor of Theology Degree from Christian Life School of Theology, Starkville Mississippi; Masters of Theology Degree from Beacon University: Institute of Ministry, Starkville Mississippi; Masters of Divinity Degree from Beacon University: Institute of Ministry, Starkville Mississippi and Doctorate of Ministry Degree from Beacon University: Institute of Ministry, Starkville Mississippi.
In 1988, New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church in Woodland Mississippi became his first pastoral assignment. He currently pastors Town Creek Missionary Baptist Church in West Point Mississippi since 1991 and Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Columbus Mississippi since 2006.