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Darimelle D. Davis, the founder of Helping Hands for the Nations, Inc. Her thrust is to educate remnant leaders to become engaged in the cutting-edge approach to Servant Leadership. She believes that by building capacity the Body of Christ will achieve maximized results within congregations. She is empowered to walk in the Word of God through demonstration - evangelizing to the lost, sick and the poor.

Pastor Davis' message is driven by the Holy Spirit that comes with sensitivity and inspiration to bring HOPE to all those she serves. Pastor Dee, as she is affectionately called, is a visionary by design. In 1993 she opened a Holistic Rehabilitation Center for Alcohol & Drug addicts and abused & neglected children. Through this organization many broken lives were changed and provisions were met, producing many successful entrepreneurs, business owners, Pastors and Life-Changers.

Pastor Dee has received a plethora of awards and recognitions for her untiring service to others. A few of her awards include the Women of the Year Award-Area of Ministry in Cincinnati, a Service of Excellence Award through Ohio Department of Corrections and Citizen of the Year Award. She currently serves as a Chaplain for local hospitals and Department of Corrections. Her work has reached across the globe from Israel to Kenya-sharing the gospel of Jesus and building leaders in both Faith-based and Educational settings.

Currently, Co-Pastor Davis serves as a Pastor of H.O.P.E. Word COC with her husband, Senior Pastor Jeffrey A. Davis, Sr., and they are the parents of two adult sons. She holds a BS degree from the University of Cincinnati in Addiction Studies & Psychology, Masters of Religion - specializing in Urban & Intercultural Studies, Leadership Studies from Cincinnati Christian Seminary. Currently working on her Doctorate of Ministry degree in Transformational Leadership specializing in cultural formation and organizational development through BGU.