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Mr. Allen Davisson

Bro. Allen Davisson was born in Alexandria, Louisiana, and in February 1980, at the age of six, received Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. Bro. Davisson graduated from Heritage Christian School in Canton, OH, in 1993. In 1998, he graduated from Malone University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education with an English Minor. Bro. Davisson is married to Jennifer (Stansbery) Davisson. They have two young children: Luke and Sarah.  

When Bro. Davisson was sixteen, he was diagnosed with mononucleosis and was very ill. The Lord used this time of weakness in his life to lead him into His will. After his health was restored, Bro. Davisson yielded his life completely to Christ and surrendered to full-time Christian service. He counts himself very blessed to have faithful parents serving the Lord in full-time ministry.  

Bro. Davisson has served in the following church ministries: Youth Ministry, Patch the Pirate Club, Vacation Bible School, Christian School Teacher, Camp Counselor, Athletic Administrator, Deacon, and Choir Director.

Currently, Bro. Davisson teaches Spanish I & II; American History; 6-8 Reading, Vocabulary & Spelling; 7-10 Boys Gym; and 7-9 Health at Massillon Christian School.  He also has assumed numerous responsibilities and leadership roles in the Athletic Department of Massillon Christian School. He serves as the Massillon Baptist Temple Music and Choir Director.  On Wednesday evenings, Bro. Davisson is “Captain Patch” for Patch the Pirate Club.

One of Bro. Davisson’s favorite scriptures is Proverbs 3:5-6. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths."

When Bro. Davisson has the opportunity, he enjoys playing the piano, spending time with his family, football (especially the Washington High School Tigers, Cleveland Browns, and Ohio State Buckeyes), and traveling. Bro. Davisson is motivated by the blessings he has received from the Lord, his children, and the brevity of life. On three specific occasions God spared his life (ages: 4, 16, and 38). He exclaims, “God has been so good to me!”

It is the challenge of “making a difference” in the lives of others that motivates Bro. Davisson. Many may not know it, but Bro. Davisson is a ventriloquist; he announces all Charger home basketball games; and he coaches Varsity soccer, Little Chargers soccer, and basketball.    Bro. Davisson is greatly gifted by God and gives his absolute best to each task assigned to him.