Apostle Dr. Mary Davis-Edwards is the founder of the Flying Eagles Ministries, Inc., (FEM) and The Master’s Touch World Wide Fellowship and Ministries, Inc. As an Apostle, she continues to travel extensively to establish ministries nationally and internationally and pour into God’s chosen leaders. Her burden is to see that the elect of God are released into a greater anointing that flows in the purpose that God has given to them. She flows in the ministry of healing and deliverance with many signs and wonders testifying of her election and connection to God. This Apostle also ministers with power and authority from God to direct, challenge and exhort with compassion and love to the Body of Christ.
In 1993 the Spirit of God revealed the name, “Flying Eagles Ministries.” This ministry was created to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ while ministering to the whole person spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally and financially. Toward this end, FEMI is comprised of several subdivisions reflecting both Christ-centered and community-based national and international ministries.
The Master’s Touch Fellowship and Ministries is dedicated to spiritual excellence by mentoring and supporting pastors, clergy and spiritual leaders in the Body of Christ. These members experience profound spiritual growth through properly-guided application of Biblical principles and effective Christian leadership training.
Apostle Edwards graduated from the Baltimore School of the Bible in June of 1992. She received her Bachelor’s Degree of Theology from the Family Bible Institute College and Seminary in 1995; her Master’s Degree in Christian Counseling at Global Bible University in 2006, and her Doctorate in Ministry in 2008. In addition to her academic success, she is the recipient of numerous honors, awards, plaques, and certificates from various Evangelical Training Associations, churches, other religious groups, political leaders, and civic organizations.
Apostle Edwards is considered to be the mother to many. However, in the natural realm, she has one son, Billy Edwards, Jr. She also has two devoted sisters, Trustee Tina Davis Sewell and Minister Dr. Diane Davis Lewis.