If Not For Grace Ministries Welcomes New Executive Director

Media Release
December 14, 2018
Lee’s Summit, MO

For more info, please email: Communications or Board President, Mindy Beyer


The If Not for Grace Board of Directors is pleased to announce Cheryl Lee Davis as the ministry’s new Executive Director.

Cheryl’s passion is to see women strengthened in their relationship with God. She desires to see women understand God's pursuing love through Jesus Christ. This love will never disappoint, never fail, and never end. She understands this connection to God often begins with safe relationships, where a woman can feel free to be open and share her thoughts.

“If Not For Grace reaches out to the forgotten women who secretly struggle with decisions of the past. We are here for every post-abortive woman who longs for healing, hope and a reconciled relationship with God,” says Cheryl. 

Cheryl is recognized for her leadership, which amplifies the skills and talents of individuals and teams. 

Executives, leaders, donors, and volunteers benefit from Cheryl's insight, leadership, and experience. She can provide the training and support tools to carry out an organization’s mission and calling. 

A graduate of Biola University, Cheryl’s leadership is strengthened by her service on the executive teams of Stonecroft Ministries and MOPS International. 

Her ministry life also includes leadership roles with Compassion International, Wells Fargo Home Equity, and Focus on the Family. 

“I am overwhelmed by the love of God for His people. Broken, sinful, and distant, God continues to pursue each one with His redeeming love. I am privileged to serve alongside this committed team of staff, volunteers, and donors who are passionate to see the abortion-wounded women healed, restored, and flourish.” 

Mindy Beyer, INFG board president says, “Cheryl’s extraordinary dedication to helping people and ministries thrive, has guided her life course. With anticipation, we support and partner with Cheryl as she embarks on embracing, executing and expanding INFG’s reach.” 

Cheryl is thankful to the INFG Founder, Lori Driggs, for her faithful obedience to the Lord and her ongoing desire to see the abortion-wounded find healing and hope. Cheryl is filled with excitement and expectation for how God will use INFG to bring His healing to more women and their families.