If you don't stand for something then you will fall for everything

Mike Davies is a conference speaker, church pastor, local politician, and Christian/Political commentator.

He speaks regularly at church conferences on defining the values of Kingdom life, the Kingdom Mountains, and implementing these values within and around the local community. He founded and now directs 'Praying for Politicians - UK' which has over 8,000 members. 

In his church and conference messages he uses real life examples by sharing his experiences as a church leader, speaker, and local politician.

He delivers uncompromising truth as he travels nationally and internationally, usually interspersed with humour!

Mike has been a consultant with top international accountancy firms and investment companies.

Mike enjoys living in Okehampton (Devon, UK) with his wife, Justine, and son Joshua.

He is the author of ‘The Generous Heart’ a book which looks at biblical finance. This is available in Kindle. 

He leads an online community 'Adelphos' – which provides a monthly teaching aimed at unpacking a variety of subjects.

  • Currently an elected Councillor for Okehampton North on West Devon Borough Council (WDBC) and is Chairman of WDBC’s Audit Committee
  • A Partner in an insurance property surveying partnership and travels through the UK managing property claims. Mike has been an insurance property surveyor for over 15 years
  • Is the main leader of Inspiration – Church of the Nations
  • Has been the Mayor of Okehampton twice. and Mayor of the Borough of West Devon (2018/19)
  • Is the Chairman of the Central Devon Conservative Association. A post that he has held for two years
  • Is a member of Rotary International. President of the Rotary Club of Okehampton (2018/19)
  • Is a Trustee of various local and national charities including NewDay United.
  • Financial Director of Gilead Foundations, a charity specialising in drug and alcohol rehabilitation
  • A member of the Conservative Christian Fellowship
  • Was Chairman of the OkeRAIL Forum (for three years)