Our Forge Dallas Team
Rev. Jim Mustain, MBa HuB Director
Jim Mustain is the Founder and Executive Director of Loving Community a Denton County 501(c)(3) public charity. The organization’s mission is rooted in being good neighbors by connecting people into relationships and serving the needs of the community. The volunteers engage with some of the most vulnerable populations such as school children, senior adults, and refugees. Loving Community was recognized in 2016 for their impact, being selected the Nonprofit of the Year in the Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village communities.
In addition to Jim’s role in leading the organization, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Lewisville Area Chamber of Commerce, Christian Community Action and is the Hub Director for Forge Dallas. He is Chairman of Leadership Lewisville, holds Place Number 7 on the City of Lewisville’s Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee, and is President of the Rockbrook Homeowner’s Association.
He frequently speaks and consults with nonprofits, civic groups, schools, and churches on strategies to better engage their communities. Loving Community presents a monthly award to a citizen or organization, the Good Neighbor Award exemplifying the awards spirit of, “Good Neighbor. Better Community. Best World.”
Jim's formal education spans the disciplines of theology, counseling, business and leadership. He is an ordained minister, has been awarded numerous certifications and undergraduate degrees. His graduate work is in non-profit management where he holds an MBA degree. He is a graduate of Leadership Lewisville and the City of Lewisville’s Citizens University. Jim & his wife Sharon, a school teacher are native Oklahomans and have lived in Lewisville, TX for eleven years.
Dr. Kevin Davis, director of training
Kevin Davis is a co-vocational missional practitioner and the Forge Dallas Director of Training. Kevin creates missionary formation content and curriculum for Forge Dallas and helps coach local church and non-profit leaders in their missionary formation. He has over ten years of ministry experience in a variety of roles and contexts.
He has served the church and the community in urban and rural contexts through co-vocational roles including lead pastor, student minister, missionary trainer, sports coordinator, and math teacher.
God has led he and his family through a process of discovery that has affirmed their deep convictions to serve his purposes as a partner to local churches as their missional identity and roles are formed. Kevin believes the church exists for the sake of the world and is called to engage its context with friendship, blessing, and storytelling.
Kevin enjoys movies, books, local eateries, sports, fitness, and wearing compression gear at every opportunity, really whether it is altogether appropriate or not!
Kevin earned a Bachelors degree from Mary Hardin Baylor in mathematics and then began co-vocational ministry as he completed his master’s degree in theology and doctor of ministry degree in church and culture from Baylor University.
Kevin and his wife is Holly have been married for ten years. She serves with Kevin as a missional practitioner, social worker, and community advocate. Kevin, Holly, Blair, and Braylon love living, working, and playing on the east side of McKinney and hope to pioneer an ecclesial expression there in the coming years.