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What is to be said of a child who has been pronounced dead twice in his life before entering kindergarten? Is it fate and favor that the child is still here? Or, is it the power of a praying mother calling on the name of Jesus so fervently that the circumstances defy all of the odds? By growing up in culturally diverse regions and experiencing various church denominations, Travis embraces his unique call for adaptability. Travis alongside his wife Dr. Jackie Greene and a passionate team lead Forward City Church in Columbia, SC where he raises two sons David Jace and Travis Joshua. Through his own broad style at the intersection of music and ministry, Travis accepts the challenge to continually unify the body of Christ as one. He passionately uses his gift as a tool to inspire, heal and expose others to the transformative love of Jesus Christ.
After two life-altering brushes with death in 1989 and losing his father, Travis became very passionate about music. "It was God's way of giving me an escape from tragedy and crisis. I turned to the keyboard instead of to drugs and the streets. Any instrument I put my hands on I was able to play," says Travis. Having a mother who is a dynamic minister, Charleather Greene, whom he spent time traveling with as she preached is where Travis honed his musicianship with several instruments.
Remarkably, Travis first performed his own music and preached for the first time at the age of eighteen within his mother's prison ministry in Georgia where over four hundred women were packed in a gymnasium radically coming to the Lord. As a campus Worship Leader at Georgia Southern University, Travis used his gift to breakthrough common moral & cultural strongholds on the popular college campus - and meet the young woman who would become his wife, Dr. Jacqueline Gyamfi Greene. This experience defined what Travis' then young ministry was all about and birthed him into his destiny. As a result of his diligence to God, Travis has seen hundreds saved on the campus - and beyond. Travis has spent the last decade ministering to those who do not know God for themselves and he says, "I have been raised to be the voice that goes into the dark and desolate places to expose the life of Christ. I am not satisfied with doing the minimum when I encounter God, because when you are truly in His presence something changes."