Rev. L.E. Anderson, Jr., Senior Pastor
Where God Builds People
The former Sister Patricia Davis was born to Reverend Morris Davis and the late Clara Davis in Madera, California. Patricia and her twin sister Pamela were born on November 9th. Patricia has a total of seven siblings. Morris and Clara Davis introduced Jesus Christ to Patricia and her siblings at an early age. Sister Anderson accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at the age of 5 years old.
At the age of 5 years old she was baptized by the late N.N. Haynes at the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Madera, Ca. Patricia’s zeal and zest for God was evident in her work for Christ. She served as a summer Southern Baptist Missionary and served as President of the Central Valley Youth Department located in central California. In her youth she served faithfully as a youth usher.
Patricia graduated from Madera High School and entered Fresno State University. She graduated from Fresno State with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies: Elementary Education. The Lord revealed to the late Rev. N.N. Haynes Patricia’s gift for teaching and began pointing her in that direction in her youth.
Patricia has always dreamed and asked GOD to allow her the privilege of teaching in a private Christian Academy where she can teach students how to read so that they can read the bible. Living in Selma she taught at Payne Elementary School (public school) and then two private schools McRae’s Preparatory School and Central Christian Academy. In Kokomo, Patricia served as interim principal for the first four years of the F.D. Reese Christian Academy, before giving up the position to concentrate on curriculum development.
Patricia’s greatest delights are being a Child of God and her family. She is known for her big beautiful smiles, warm hugs, and her vocal witness in worship service. She married Pastor L. E. Anderson, Jr. on July 2, 1994 in Fresno, California. She is the mother of 4 children (Cedric Terell, Brooke Jean, Alexandria Nicole & Loni Eylse) and 2 grandsons (Cedric Jr. & Camron).
She is a proud member of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, the NAACP and the Indiana Black Expo.
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