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Scotty Davis

  • Scotty Davis is a Pastor, Mission Consultant, a Biblical Counselor and a Police Chaplain. Scotty is married to Kathy since 1974 and they have 4 children.
    Isaiah 49:6 tells the prophet he is to be a light to the nations, and so should each of us that know the grace of the Lord. This is indeed the greater task to which we should aspire. Isaiah was shortsighted and thought he was only a minister to the Hebrews but God said that task was ...Too Small A Thing... and that He would be a witness to the enitre earth. And so he wrote a book we read 2700 years later.

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January 21, 2018


Yvonne Mosley Bryan

Scotty and Kathy and other family members,

I am so sorry for your loss and my deepest sympathy lies with you all at this time. I do pray for continuing peace and joy as you celebrate his life and your relationship with your father. Sounds like you were blessed to have had him in your life's journey.


bill sawyer & jane sawyer

Scotty and Family as I sit here with tears falling thinking of my daddy who passed in 2009. I know and am thinking God for His Peace. Scotty and Family let His peace overflow your hearts. Bless you Scotty.


Scotty, my heart truly breaks for you and your family. I love the picture that you shared of your daddy - such a serene moment. I'm so glad that you had all of the wonderful years that you all did with your Daddy and that you got to be with him as he headed to the promised land with Jesus.

Precious Memories - such truth.

God's blessings to you all.

Shirley Thompson

Scotty Kathy and family, this was such a wonderful testimony of your last days with your dad. He was such a nice man that I am glad to say I knew. May God bless and comfort you tomorrow and in the days and weeks to come. Prayers!


So sorry to hear about your Dad. May the Lord comfort and strengthen you all during this difficult time. What a testament of Christ's love as you ministered to your Dad during the difficult years of care giving. "What A Day That Will Be!"
Lifting you up in prayer.


Scotty im so sorry for your loss. Pete was a great man. I enjoyed taking care of him while he was with us a heritage of brookstone. My prayers are with you all. R.I.P PETE WE LOVE YOU

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