San Diego Years
After 38 years of proclaiming “change is possible” to the gay community and the church, Exodus International announced last night that they are closing their doors. The news was released during the opening address given by Alan Chambers, president of Exodus International, at the 38th annual conference in Irvine, CA. Holland Davis led worship at the final Exodus International Conference.
Holland Davis led devotions and taught a workshop at the 2012 Freedom Conference. Workshop: Help… Someone in my church is gay
Exodus International was a non-profit, interdenominational ex-gay Christian umbrella network connecting organizations that sought to help people who wished to find freedom from the homosexual lifestyle. Over 1,150 full and part time delegates attended the 25th annual Exodus International Conference held at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. This is the first time Holland Davis was invited to lead worship for the Exodus International..Read More
When Roxie and I were first married, I led worship for a meeting with Larry Randolph and Tim Sherman. They travel the country and pray for people and when they pray for people, God will speak to them about their lives. Roxie and I have watched the words they spoke over our lives come true. The recording is available at hollanddavis.com
Not quite sure how this happened, but we put together a band taking classic songs from the 50’s and revamping them as worship songs. We also wrote new Rockabilly tunes. We played a one night show at His Place Restaurant in Escondido and packed the place out so much that the fire department came to shut it down. People weren’t able to get into the..Read More
When I was 17, Lonnie Frisbee prayed for me on a Sunday night at Calvary Chapel Escondido. It changed my life. It felt like 1000 volts of electricity went through my body and the things he spoke over my life came true. For several months afterwards, every person I prayed for was either healed or had an encounter with the Holy Spirit like I did...Read More