Davey Ermold was born and raised in southeast Pennsylvania. Growing up in a church with a vibrant youth ministry that sought to equip and train the next generation of Christian leaders, he was instilled with an intense desire to be involved with local church ministry. To that end, Davey attended Philadelphia Biblical University, graduating in 2006 with a B.S. in Bible and a B.Mus. in Vocal Performance.
Towards the end of his undergraduate program, Davey was encouraged to continue his biblical studies at Capital Bible Seminary, where he earned a Master of Theology (Th.M.) in Theology. His thesis, entitled The Soteriology of 2 Timothy 2:11-13, earned the Outstanding Thesis Award for a graduating Th.M. student in 2009, and has since been published in the Journal of Dispensational Theology.
After graduation, he served as Director of Campus Ministries, Resident Director, and Adjunct Professor, teaching classes in Bible exposition, biblical languages, and philosophy. While waiting on God’s timing for vocational ministry, he currently volunteers at Grace Brethren Church of Calvert County by leading worship, teaching, and manning the sound board. Davey cherishes the opportunities that he has to impact the next generation of Christian leaders in all areas of local church ministry. As of 2013, he is a licensed minister in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches.
As he is passionate about teaching the Word of God to the people of God, so that they would worship and serve Him, Davey has been teaching a weekly Bible study, covering verse-by-verse expositions of Hebrews, Ecclesiastes, Ephesians, Genesis 37-50, Romans, Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Joel, Malachi, and 1 & 2 Peter since the studies began. In the fall of 2017, he also began teaching Greek Grammar online.
In addition to Bible and theology, Davey thoroughly enjoys reading up on political theory, history, and economic and monetary policies.
Davey and his wife, Laura, currently have four children: Daniel, Micah, Rebekah, and Naomi. They live in southern Maryland.