Dr. Jamie Sanks is the pastor of The House of God in Columbus, Georgia. The House of God is a multiracial/multiethnic church that will transform lives and this community forever. This multiracial/multiethnic church will also bridge the gap between race, class, sex, economics, politics, and other barriers that prevent the Body of Christ from worshipping and fellowshipping together. In addition to his pastoral duties, Dr. Sanks is also an adjunct professor at the University of Phoenix.
Jamie is a graduate of the following universities: Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia where he earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.B.A.) in Business Administration with majors both in Management and Marketing in 2001; Troy State University in Fort Benning, Georgia where he earned a Master of Science (M.S.M.) in Management in 2002; and Beacon University in Columbus, Georgia where he earned a Master of Arts (M. A.) in Organizational Leadership in 2004, a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) in Organizational Leadership in 2005, and a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) in 2007.
Jamie and his lovely wife, Chenita, are the joyful parents of four fine sons: Donquize, Cordarrell, Jammie, Jr., and Joshua. His wife, Chenita, just completed her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.
Chenita was born and raised in Columbus, Georgia. She received her B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Columbus State University in 2002, Master of Education in Instructional Technology from Troy State University in 2003, Ed.S. in Elementary Education from Troy University in 2005, and an add-on in Educational Leadership from Troy University in 2006. She completed her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership at Mercer University. She currently works for the Muscogee County School District as a full-time teacher. She is the wife of Pastor Jamie Sanks, and a proud stepmother of four fine stepsons: Donquize, Cordarrell, Jammie, Jr., and Joshua.
Paul Camara was born in Long Beach, New York, and later he and his family moved to Bartow, Florida. He was brought up in a strict Italian Catholic home. As an adult, he realized that his walk with the Lord Jesus was not where it should be, so he went looking for what was missing. In 1994, Paul accepted Jesus as his personal Lord and Savior. During this time, he worked and was trained in the field of advertising and marketing. He worked for WBAR, Bartow's #1 gospel radio station, all the while feeling like there was something more that he needed to be doing. In November of 2010, God led Paul to The House of God. Since coming to The House of God, he has seen God continuing His work in him and has also seen his 11 year old daughter Danika be baptized. Paul hopes that the Lord will work through him as Development Coordinator to see The House of God grow into a full and vibrant church—a true house of prayer for all nations.
Denny was born in Ft. Sill Oklahoma but has lived in Columbus, Georgia since 1997. He is of the graduating class of 2000 at Shaw High School. He received his B.S. in Criminal Justice from Columbus State University in 2011. He currently works for the Department of Community Supervision for the State of Georgia and works as a part time Criminal Justice adjunct professor at Virginia College.
Denny and his beautiful wife Nea have been married since 2009 but have been together since 2003 and are proud parents of Daisha Jones 13 YOA and Quinlan Mcfayden 15 YOA.