Passion || Vision || Creativity

Jennifer is a passionate educator with extensive experience teaching adult learners in an intercultural setting. She loves to empower others as they discover their own voices and come to deeper insights about themselves and their world. Jennifer develops dynamic learning environments in face-to-face and online classrooms. She thrives in settings where people are mission driven and committed to serving others with excellence.

Book cover image for River of Life, Feast of Grace.

Selected as the ABC Reads book for 2021 and 2022

ABC Reads brings American Baptists together through the power of a book. Sponsored by Judson Press, ABC Reads highlights a book that is appropriate for reading and discussion in small group settings as well as individually. The book provides an opportunity for learning, sharing, and growing in knowledge and faith in Sunday school classes and Bible studies as well as for men’s, women’s, and youth groups.

The 2021 and 2022 ABC Reads selection River of Life, Feast of Grace: Baptism, Communion, and Discipleship by Jennifer W. Davidson, PhD, provides students, pastors, and congregations with the analytical skills needed to create robust services of their own that will help shape our understandings of who God is, how God cares about the world, and how Christ-followers can receive God’s invitation to a life of grace through participation in meaningful services of baptism and communion.

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What People Say

A beautifully written book, accessible to lay and ordained alike. Jennifer W. Davidson’s deep appreciation for baptism and communion is evident, as is the wisdom stemming from her years of experience teaching…

Ruth Meyers, PhD

Jennifer W. Davidson hosts a wonderful conversation about two of our most sacred practices in the Christian church…Her personal anecdotes make the mystery of the ordinances accessible, while leaving enough mystery for our faith to kick in. This book is a great resources for the worship participant in the pulpit and the pew.

Adam Bond, PhD