EDIFY Speaker Jonathan Evans (By Lauren Gavin, Director of Student Wellness)

On March 3, 2021, we welcome Jonathan Evans to our EDIFY Speaker Series 

Jonathan Evans, a mentor, author, speaker, and former NFL fullback, treasures his relationship with Christ along with the opportunity to use his life to glorify God. Jonathan seeks to impact today’s athletes, men, and young adults by equipping and encouraging them in their faith. Jonathan serves with his pastor, friend, and father, Dr. Tony Evans, both in the local church and their national ministry. They also teamed up together to write "Get in the Game," a practical guidebook filled with sports analogies and spiritual truths aimed at strengthening readers with the skills they need for living victoriously. Jonathan is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a master's degree in Christian Leadership. 

Jonathan also serves as the chaplain of the Dallas Cowboys and co-chaplain of the Dallas Mavericks. 
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ABOUT EDIFY

Our Donor
A St. Michael’s family donated $500,000 over five years for the express purpose of inviting compelling, contemporary leaders and visionaries to the St. Michael’s campus to address students in a series of stimulating talks. The series is titled EDIFY.

EDIFY Mission
To unleash and enlighten the intellectual curiosity of St. Michael’s students so that they may form the habits of mind and heart that will enable them to courageously contribute to the common good.
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