Evans turns personal tragedy into online blessing
By Cora Jackson-Fossett (Religion Editor)
Published August 28, 2014

Trevon Evans

Trevon Evans is on a mission of ‘R-E-C,’ restoration, encouragement and comfort to others through his website, trevonevansministries.com.

Launching the online resource last year, he aims to provide spiritual peace to people needing immediate help.

“We want to be a ministry where anyone can access a word from God at any time. It is our prayer that our writings and teachings will bring renewal, enlightenment, and counsel to men, women, married couples, and singles, respectively,” said Evans. 

Experiencing a season of profound sadness inspired Evans to start the online devotional. He shared, “Over a year ago, my wife, April, and I miscarried.  Needless to say, I was very depressed, broken, and even mad at God. 

“I reached out to a couple of people for comfort, who were very helpful.  Yet, I began to wonder about the people who did not have anyone to turn to.”

Deciding to respond to that need, Evans developed the site to offer sermons, scriptures and words of wisdom to those seeking God’s guidance in their daily life.  Prayer requests are accepted online as well.

“In addition to written material on the website, we will soon begin an online Bible Study, along with crusades, and services,” said Evans.

As for the future, he seeks to minister to the spiritual needs of children and youth by developing a Bible-based curriculum for preschoolers to teens.

Evans comes well-prepared to provide content for his website.  A 31-year member of Faithful Central Bible Church, he has served in various capacities under the leadership of Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer.

“My positions have included Sunday School Teacher, Bible Study Teacher, Baptism Teacher, Baby Dedication Instructor, and Biblical Curriculum Writer.  Also, I’ve facilitated Men’s Discipleship Groups, Husband’s Bible Study Groups, and Vision Bible Study Groups,” he said.

As he continues to improve and expand trevonevansministries.com, Evans will be encouraged and guided by his favorite scripture of Jeremiah 29:11.

“In this verse, God makes it abundantly clear who knows His thoughts for us, He and He alone.  There are times when His plan won’t make sense.  Yet, God says, ‘Even when you don’t understand my plan for your life, I know my plan for your life, and it is a good one.’ 

“When you can’t figure out God’s head, you can always trust His heart.  God loves you and has a great plan for you.”



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