The House of David Ministries

by Terry Watson | January 10th, 2014
David & Tonya Jackson (Photo by Mykel Media Company)

David & Tonya Jackson (Photo by Mykel Media Company)

David F. Jackson has the heart of a servant. Along with his wife Tonya, they operate The House of David Ministries which provides out-patient rehabilitative services for individuals who are or have been incarcerated, and are re-entering society. Established in 2011, their services include faith based counseling, vocational training, mental health and substance abuse counseling. They serve formerly incarcerated men and women, as well as their families. They also serve at risk youth. House of David Ministries is a subsidiary of Wings of Love Outreach ministries which is part of Christos Global Cathedral. Their physical address is 7 JW Thomas Way in Thomasville, N.C.

Originally from Washington, D.C., Jackson says his compassion for those that he serve is rooted in his faith and love of God. He received his training from The New Direction International Teaching Ministries. “I have a heart for these people because it’s unfair for us to condemn them for their past when God has given us a clean slate. We don’t know when our second chance in life was given, and we have no right to deny someone from theirs,” Jackson says. “Regardless of what we have done, Christ has paid the ultimate price to redeem us and bring us all back into relationship with God”.

Jackson gave his life back to God in 1990 at the age of 11. He re-dedicated and answered the call on his life in June of 2007 and began serving in ministry as an armor-bearer to Dr. Marlon E. Creft Sr. He was elevated to the office of Elder in 2011 and eventually promoted to the office of Overseer. He is also the establishmentarian of House of David Ministries Inc. He currently oversees the outreach ministries for Christos Global Cathedral in Thomasville, NC. and also the music department for the reformations (Christ Covenant Keepers International Ministerial Fellowship) and CCKIMF Africa. Jackson says he loves seeing God move in the lives of the people he serves. “It touches me when God gives hope to those who feel hopeless,” he says.
Besides God, Jackson says he is inspired by his wife Tonya and his leaders and support system, Archbishop Dr. Marlon E. Creft Sr., and International First Lady Tracy D. Creft. Jackson and his ministry has impacted so many lives since starting their program. Their biggest challenges are trying to get collaborative assistance, training or support from other outreach ministries that have been in existence longer than The House of David. “A lot of people would say they are here to serve the community and that it’s not about one particular ministry out performing another. But once motives were exposed we’ve found that they were in this for personal gain and not to serve God’s people,” says Jackson.

To learn more about the House of David Ministries, please contact David F Jackson Jr. at (336)340-7200, or by send a detailed e-mail to djackson@hodmi.org.Written request are asked to be submitted to The House of David Ministries Inc., located at P.O. Box 636 in High Point, N.C. 27261

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