Legacy from the Kitchen
Featuring Lois Evans, Priscilla Shirer, Chrystal Hurst and Kariss Farris. Passing down faith and family values to the next generation.
Ways you can help the Evans family during this time:
- Pray for Dr. Evans and the entire Evans family.
- Send cards of encouragement to Dr. Tony Evans or any member of the Evans family to: c/o The Urban Alternative, PO Box 4000, Dallas, TX 75208.
- In lieu of flowers, the Evans family would love for your help in continuing the ministry to Pastors’ Wives that was dear to Lois’ heart. You can send contributions to The Urban Alternative and notate Pastors’ Wives Ministry in the memo of your check at any time, or you can contribute electronically at tonyevans.org/loisevans on or after January 2nd.
In honor of Lois, the Evans family would love for you to send flowers this week to your Pastor’s wife. Lois loved receiving flowers but she also loved giving them. Because her passion was ministering to pastors’ wives and making sure they felt loved and cared for, your gift of flowers in her memory would be a gift to her family as well.
Thank you for loving the Evans family, and thank you for your ongoing prayers.
Founder of the Pastors’ Wives Ministry and former Senior Vice President of The Urban Alternative.
Lois was married for nearly 50 years to her favorite pastor/teacher and best friend, Dr. Tony Evans, Senior Pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. She has four children (Chrystal, Priscilla, Anthony, Jr., and Jonathan), thirteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
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Lori Wilhite and Brandi Wilson offer a support system to help women make connections to get the encouragement that sustains them and become equipped for the ministry God has called them to pursue. They give readers tools for understanding that external pressures and expectations are only important if they fall in line with what God intends for your life and ministry and they give answers for how to deal with criticism, isolation, finding your personal calling, and what happens when you reach a place of burn-out, and more.