Without Christ in Your Life,

Where Would You Be?

Hi {First Name}!

Summertime is passing right on by and we are already in July. We just celebrated our nation’s independence on July 4. Many of you may have celebrated with fireworks, BBQs and family gatherings. Freedom is truly something to celebrate.

When I think about freedom, I can’t help but think about the freedom that we have in Jesus Christ. Acts 4:12 tells us “Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.”

My mind takes me back to the day that Jesus Christ set me free from my sin and the feeling that I had that day I will never forget. I had just achieved a career goal of being selected as Chief Resident of the UNC Internal Medicine program.


I remember being so excited but my excitement only lasted a short while and I returned to the same nagging emptiness that plagued my private time. I was experiencing a restlessness deep inside of me that I could not shake. Over time I realized this was the Holy Spirit drawing me to Christ.


When I finally surrendered on that fall Sunday morning in October 2006, my soul was set free from the bondage of sin. I felt like the weight of the world had been lifted off my shoulders.

From that day to this day and even on my worst day, I am still free. John 8:36 tells us, “Whom the son sets free is free indeed.” I am forever grateful for Christ’s love, His mercy and His grace.

Without Christ where would we be? For me, I would be lost. Thank God for salvation!

Thank God for Salvation!

Dr. Cheryl Davis

Dr. Cheryl Davis is a conservative Christian, Bible-teacher, conference speaker, wife, mother, and Proverbs 31 Woman.


Dr. Davis is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Truth Project, a 501(c)(3), non-profit last days Christian ministry located in St. Paul’s, NC that she and her husband Thad Davis lead.


Dr. Davis is the CEO of Primary Health Choice, an I/DD (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) behavioral health company in North Carolina. She is a graduate of the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.