About Us


Our Team Personality

Our personnel come from diverse backgrounds represented by the Church of the Nazarene, Southern Baptist, United Methodist, Church of God (Anderson), and Assemblies of God. As pastors and foreign missionaries, each individual has learned to work on cross-cultural and cross-denominational teams. We celebrate our common faith described by the Apostle’s Creed, and focus on building relationships within the Body of Christ rather than points that lead to a break in fellowship. The team focuses on providing culturally sensitive training on pastor self-care issues such as depression, anxiety, transition, marital stress, crisis recovery, spiritual growth, and conflict resolution.

Nathan & Beth Davis


Nathan and Beth have traveled to over 70 countries challenging pastors on the importance of emotional and spiritual health. They served 11 years as members of a major evangelical membercare organization, and directed the membercare organization for 7 years.

Prior to her marriage to Nathan, Beth served 25 years as an evangelical missionary in Vietnam, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Belgium. She holds a Doctor of Ministry degree and is a board certified health care chaplain. In her most recent role as Director of HealthCare, she provided resources for health care evangelism world-wide.

Nathan grew up in Japan, the son of missionaries Dr. Jim and Genevieve Davis. Before becoming a foreign missionary, he served the U.S. Air Force as a psychologist for 29 years. Nathan and Beth have co-authored seven books on self care for ministers.


© 2013 Nathan Davis

4 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Nathan I’m your mother’s cousin Virginia and I would like to know how she is. I met you at my dad’s funeral and the last time I saw your mom. I
    would like it if you would send me her email. I live in the same place in Idaho. Give her my love. I think of her often. How is your dad? I appreciated when he came out here to visit us during a flood. A lot has happened since then.

  2. Are you the Nathan Davis who spoke at an Assembly of God church in Pendleton, OR about 30 years ago? If you are, thank you. The day long seminar changed my life

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