Dallas megachurch pastor suddenly steps down after admitting to undisclosed, years-old 'sin': 'I fell short'

Dallas megachurch pastor suddenly steps down after admitting to undisclosed, years-old ‘sin’: ‘I fell short’


Tony Evans, a Dallas megachurch pastor and best-selling author, is stepping away from his ministry leadership role.

On Sunday, the Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship senior pastor announced that he is stepping down because he “fell short” of the biblical standards required of him as a pastor a “number of years ago.”

“The foundation of our ministry has always been our commitment to the Word of God as the absolute supreme standard of truth to which we are to conform our lives,” Evans said in a statement. “When we fall short of that standard due to sin, we are required to repent and restore our relationship with God.

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“A number of years ago, I fell short of that standard. I am, therefore, required to apply the same biblical standard

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