Rev. Greg Davis
President & Chief Executive Officer
Greg Davis is a life-long resident of Northern Jefferson County in Alabama. He led locally and nationally on staff with the campus ministry of First Priority from 1996 until 2021. Greg pastored Beechwood Baptist Church from 2011 to 2018. In 2022, Greg became President and CEO of ALCAP and American Character Builders. Many know Greg as host of the daily radio show Priority Talk on WXJC Radio. He was ordained into the gospel ministry in 1997. Greg graduated from UAB with a Bachelor’s Degree and from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master’s of Divinity Degree.
For more than two decades, Greg has kept a very active preaching schedule taking him to churches, schools, conferences, and camps in Alabama and across America. Greg’s preaching is always grounded in exposing what God has said, and then practically applying that message to our lives using humor, current events, and relevant illustrations. he has enjoyed serving the local church as a lay person, student pastor, interim pastor, senior pastor, consultant, and evangelist. Greg is also Certified as a Transitional Pastor by the Southern Baptist Convention. He has toured Israel on three occasions and has studied the land and times of the Bible extensively.
Greg and his wife Sandi married in 1997 and currently reside in Corner, Alabama. They have two children, Trent (21) and Meagan (19). They are active members of High Point Community Church in their home community investing in discipleship and younger families specifically.
Dr. Joe Godfrey
A native of Rome, Georgia, Joe Godfrey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Samford University in Birmingham, AL, a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, TN. He, also, received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Judson College in Marion, AL in 2005.
Godfrey pastored churches in Alabama for 26 ½ years. In 2003 and 2004 he served two, one-year terms as President of the Alabama Baptist Convention. In April 2007 he was selected by the Alabama Citizens Action Program (ALCAP) Board to succeed Dr. Dan Ireland as executive director.
Godfrey’s duties with ALCAP include lobbying the Alabama Legislature concerning moral issues, particularly those related to addictive behaviors, such as alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and gambling; and consulting with communities that are fighting wet-dry elections or gambling expansion. His responsibilities related to American Character Builders include fund-raising and oversight of the program and staff.
Godfrey serves on several local, state and national boards including: The Samford University Board of Trustees; the Alabama Tobacco-Free Coalition Board; the American Council on Addiction & Alcohol Problems Board (ACAAP); and the Stop Predatory Gambling Board (SPG).