Don Everts

Don Everts is the senior pastor of First & Calvary Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Missouri, and is a writer for Lutheran Hour Ministries and the Hopeful Neighborhood Project. Don has spent almost three decades helping people on college campuses and in the local church become good stewards of their God-given gifts. Along the way, his wife, Wendy, has been helping Don do the same. His many books include The Reluctant Witness, The Spiritually Vibrant Home, and The Hopeful Neighborhood, all of which feature original research from Barna and biblical insights for our everyday lives.

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Explore the power of "I see you" in relationships, with FamilyLife President David Robbins and his wife Meg, along with Real Life Loading... host Shelby Abbott. They explore groundbreaking insights from top 2023 guests like Ted Lowe, Dane Ortlund, Don Eve View Show Notes →
Calling: Is it just about a vocation? Author Don Everts about discovering your gifts—and the everyday purposes blooming from knowing how you're made. View Show Notes →
Family, friends, spouses: Can they be a case of familiarity breeds contempt? Author Don Everts uncovers the power of staying amazed by your spouse & others. View Show Notes →
Ever wonder what you were made to offer the world? Author Don Everts digs into human dignity and the power of our gifts to reconnect with our communities. View Show Notes →
Would you believe flinging open your doors could mean more intimate faith for your family? Author Don Everts reveals startling research about a packed house. View Show Notes →
Author Don Everts loves sharing God-stories with his kids at the table or on a drive. Grab ideas to make home a discipleship lab & grow what matters most. View Show Notes →
“What’s it look like to love my community?” Don Everts helps you get intentional about your relationship to your neighborhood, caring in ways that matter. View Show Notes →
Author Don Everts knows what it’s like to feel disconnected in your own neighborhood. But he also knows why community is critically important. View Show Notes →