If you’re looking for general information about what Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship is doing for the community and abroad, you’ve come to the right place. Here, you’ll find the latest press releases, audio clips, downloadable press kits, and our church’s brand.
Dallas Morning News
Breaking the silence about domestic abuse
2013 No More Excuses! Men’s Conference Media Coverage
DallasNews.com - TheScoopBlog
March 14, 2012
Evans on the Holy Divide of Religious Voters
What issues should matter most?
May 2, 2011
Evans addresses Charlton Appreciation Luncheon
Recognizing the impact church leadership has on its community, Methodist Charlton hosted its annual appreciation luncheon for local pastors and ministry leaders.
February 2, 2011
Author Spotlight: Dr. Tony Evans on BCNN1.com
While addressing the practical issues of today, Dr. Evans is known as a relevant expositor. New and veteran pastors alike regard him as a pastor of pastors and a father in the faith.
November 19, 2010
Housewives of God - Priscilla Shirer in New York Times
Priscilla Shirer’s marriage appears to be just the sort of enlightened partnership that would make feminists cheer.
August 4, 2010
Jennifer Cox turns misery into ministry
Despite having a kidney transplant and now awaiting another, losing her daughter after a 19-year battle with lupus and caring for her husband with cancer, Cox takes refuge in spreading her message.
July 4, 2010
Dallas police chief doesn’t disappoint in first public statement since shooting
An admittedly private man with a propensity for getting lost in his work, the Dallas police chief came out of his shell Wednesday for the first time since his grown son committed an unspeakable horror.
May 24, 2010
Kirk Franklin rises above stormy childhood
Gospel singer Kirk Franklin grew up with one foot in the church, but during his teenage years his other foot was in a pretty bad place.
May 13, 2010
Rev. Tony Evans and Lois Evans to be honored
March 5, 2010
Priscilla Shirer: Awaken, oh, sleepwalker
Bible teacher Priscilla Shirer stands at the podium and scans the 2,400-strong audience. She sees moms, grandmothers, singles, widows, believers, nonbelievers and a few sleepwalkers.