The Theological University of America
Led Davis

Edward Lee Davis was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He has been a Christian since 1974. He preached his first sermon at the age of 17 and preached regularly after that. Lee is a 1985 graduate of the Memphis School of Preaching. He holds the B.A., M.S., and M.Div. (Cum Laude) degrees from Amridge University. He also holds the Doctor of Ministry degree from the Theological University of America.

Lee has been preaching for 33 years and has done local work in Tennessee, Louisiana, Georgia, and Alabama. Lee is now in his ninth year as the local evangelist for the North Cobb church of Christ in Kennesaw, Georgia

In January of 2003 Lee went to Singapore to begin teaching full-time as one of the instructors at the Four Seas College of Bible and Missions where he also served as the Dean of Academics. He continued this work until December of 2005. He continues to be on the board of directors of the college and is an online instructor for the Four Seas College of Bible and Missions.

Lee has done several short term mission trips throughout the world. He has been to Russia, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Mainland China and the Philippines.

Lee is the Marietta Campus director for the Georgia School of Preaching and Biblical Studies. He has held this position since 2007. He has been on the faculty of the Online Academy of Biblical Studies since 2002.

Lee serves as President of the Memphis School of Preaching Alumni Association. Le is also a Staff Writer for The Gospel Journal. He speaks at various lectureships and gospel meetings throughout the year.

“I’m so thankful for brother Jim Benton and his leadership in the areas of Extension and Online learning! He has provided such a wonderful opportunity for students of the Bible to earn advanced degrees that otherwise would have not had the opportunity to relocate and earn one.”