Dr. Tony Evans
Pastor, Teacher, Author, and Speaker
Tony Evans is a pastor, teacher, author, speaker, and one of the country's most respected leaders in evangelical circles. Through his local church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, and national ministry, The Urban Alternative, Dr. Evans promotes a Kingdom agenda philosophy that teaches God's comprehensive rule over every sphere of life as demonstrated through the individual, family, church, and society.
U-Turns Study Bible Study
In his third study about God’s direction over your life, Dr. Tony Evans shows you the reality of human freedom, the consequences that come from bad choices, and the way to reverse the consequences.
By aligning your life choices under God’s Word and pursuing an intimate relationship with Him, you can experience the abundant life Jesus has for you. You get to choose whether or not you want that. And sometimes, you get to witness God change the direction of your life. 6 sessions.
The CSB Tony Evans Study Bible and Commentary
The Tony Evans Study Bible includes extensive study notes and other ancillary resources carefully crafted and curated by Dr. Tony Evans as General Editor and adapted from his sermons, teachings, and writings. The companion Commentary includes an introduction to each Bible book followed by passage-by-passage exposition of the entire Bible by Dr. Tony Evans.
Bible Studies from Tony Evans
Kingdom Men Rising
Rise to the challenge of fulfilling God's purpose for masculinity
A new direction is just a decision away
No More Excuses
Be the man God made you to be
Position yourself on God’s pathway of purpose for your life
Be a disciple and make other disciples
Challenge and equip men to understand their position under God
Learn to navigate through trials in life
Your vertical relationship with God is connected to horizontal relationships with other
The Power of God's Names
Study God's multifaceted nature and character
Victory in Spiritual Warfare
Equip yourself for daily spiritual battles
Live life God's way
It's Not Too Late
How God uses less than perfect people