Dr. Tony Evans Seminar from Pro Atheletes Outreach 2011 NFL Conference

Dr. Tony Evans talks about the three teams that take the field everyday. Get the full video at bit.ly From the full conference DVD-ROM you can get here: bit.ly From the 2011 Pro Atheletes Outreach NFL Conference, Captured during the conference by Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording. Dr. Tony Evans is the founder and president of The Urban Alternative, a national organization that seeks to bring about spiritual renewal in urban America through the church. The Urban Alternative radio broadcast, “The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans,” can be heard on over 500 stations daily throughout the US and in over 40 countries worldwide. Evans served as chaplain for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and presently serves as chaplain for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. Evans has served as an associate evangelist with the Grand Old Gospel Fellowship in Philadelphia, as Vice President of Urban Evangelical Mission, a national evangelistic and church planting organization, and as an associate professor in the Pastoral Ministries Department of Dallas Theological Seminary in the areas of evangelism, homiletics, and black church studies. He speaks 2 regularly throughout the US & abroad. He is the author of numerous books, including the recent publications of Oneness Embraced: Through the Eyes of Tony Evans and Between a Rock and a Hard Place. The full DVD-ROM includes Live Video and Audio recordings from the Pro Atheletes Outreach 2011 NFL Conference. This conference is dedicated to meeting the specific
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Tony Blair concerned about Christians being marginalized

Tony Blair regrets that religion is in danger of being considered personal eccentricity in Great Britain. In an interview with the Church of England Newspaper, the former Prime Minister expressed his concern about the marginalization of Christians in his country. Blair believes that the recent decisions by which the religious expression of Christians is being suppressed are ludicrous.Referring to cases such as that of Caroline Petrie, a nurse who was suspended for offering to pray for a patient, or Jennie Cain, who could lose her job for having asked her friends for spiritual support when her daughter was reproved for defending the existence of hell, the former government official declared that people should be proud of their Christianity and able to express it as they wish.”As head of state, Blair avoided referring to religious issues and recognized having done so to avoid being considered foolish. After his conversion to Catholicism, he created a foundation to promote respect and understanding between religions.

Tony preparing for his latest role…

Tony preparing for his latest role…
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Tony was part of the entertainment at our church auction last weekend. He dressed up as something like Bigfoot, a monster called the Wooley Booger who supposedly haunts Camp Magruder, a Methodist camp where we have our church family camp every fall. The auction theme was Camp Going Going Gone, and he was supposed to be a large, hairy prop. He also handed out fliers advertising family camp in October. This is the first of several photos showing his transformation (or as I call it, bringing out his true character).

Tony preparing for his latest role…

Tony preparing for his latest role…
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Tony was part of the entertainment at our church auction last weekend. He dressed up as something like Bigfoot, a monster called the Wooley Booger who supposedly haunts Camp Magruder, a Methodist camp where we have our church family camp every fall. The auction theme was Camp Going Going Gone, and he was supposed to be a large, hairy prop. He also handed out fliers advertising family camp in October. This is the first of several photos showing his transformation (or as I call it, bringing out his true character).

Killing Cockroaches by Tony Morgan

Pastor and popular church culture blogger Tony Morgan once worked as a city manager, a CEO-type job with the suit and tie, corner office, the works. Despite his top-rank status, Tony’s list of responsibilities still included killing cockroaches whenever a freaked out coworker spotted one in the building. That’s where this unconventional, unforgettable book on church leadership begins. Morgan’s point is that great leaders don’t have to do everything. The key is to play from your strengths while building a team that manages around your weaknesses. Written in a relaxed style similar to marketing guru Seth Godin, Killing Cockroaches’ 142 offbeat, on-target entries will delight and energize church leaders. Chapter titles include “10 Easy Ways to Make Your Church Services More Boring” (creative services), “Action Speaks Louder than Advertising” (meeting people’s physical needs), and “The Power of Simple” (eliminating noise).