Pastor David A. Adams is a man called after Godís own heart. He was baptized at an early age at Oak Grove Primitive Baptist Church, Beachton, Georgia. He has served in several offices within the church: Deacon, Trustee, Sunday School Superintendent, Usher, and a Sunday School Teacher. In the year 2000, he was called into the ministry by the Lord Jesus Christ. In February, 2003, God called Pastor Adams to be the local shepherd of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, at 505 East Force Street, in Valdosta where the current theme is Recommitting, Reuniting, and Rebuilding Through Jesus Christ. Under Pastor Adamsí leadership and Godís guidance, Mt. Calvary has been blessed to move from two Sundays to four Sundays of Worship, as well as much spiritual and physical growth. One of his favorite scriptures comes from Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. He is a man of faith who not only teaches the word, but lives by the Word of God. He is a man of prayer who believes that if you lack wisdom, ask God and He will give it unto you freely and abundantly.
Pastor Adams is married to Michelle Adams and together they have two lovely daughters. His formal education was in the Grady County School System and Valdosta State University where he graduated with a Masterís Degree in Science Education. Pastor Adams is currently teaching at Valdosta High School in Valdosta, GA. He has coached several sports at different schools over the years and has taught Science for 28 years.
Church Disclaimer: Because Satan uses people in many ways, even on the Internet. I would like to inform all that read any of the information on our website, that our church does not make solicitations of any kind. We believe in being a church that is financed only by Tithes and Offerings. If anyone ever solicits you claiming to represent our church, please refuse them, notify the proper authorities, and email me at once. Someone has been fraudulently using our website and my wife's name to steal merchandise. To be more specific, if you receive any type of message from anyone using this email (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) do not send them anything, they are not a member of our church, and please notify the proper authorities. As a matter of fact, no one at our church has permission to use our website to verify anything. We do not place orders using Craig's List, eBay or any other website. Lastly, please use proper Internet protocol when selling anything, and verify all information from a prospective buyer before sending your merchandise. Thanks and may God bless you!