Best-Selling Author Bishop David G. Evans Has Corporate America Reading, “Dare To Be A Man”

— New Self-Help Book Lands on Top 25 Reading List for Business Leaders —

Author – Bishop David G. Evans

Nationwide ( — Sandwiched in between Jim Collins’ How the Mighty Fall and George Cloutier’s Profits Aren’t Everything, They’re the Only Thing books on the desks of corporate leaders is Bishop David G. Evans’ new book, Dare to Be A Man.

The author of Healed Without Scars (that sold over 300,000 copies), uses Dare to be A Man: The Truth Every Man Must Know…and Every Woman Needs to Know About Him (G. P. Putnam’s Sons), to heal with his Bible-based advice and counsel. In the book, he asks the question: What does it mean to be a real man? He chops up modern-day perceptions of real men simply being those with the biggest cars, the most cash or the biggest pecs. Evans argues that real men take responsibility for their actions, lead by example and are problem solvers.

As the son of a substance-abusing father and a Christian mother, Evans struggled to resolve his own identity as a man. But he found a blueprint in the Bible – ancient truths about what is right concerning relationships and responsibility. Evans further states that men’s misconceptions of themselves have affected their relationships with women. As a consequence, he also devotes a part of the book to women. In a special section within each chapter, Evans shares man secrets – “stuff your daddy should have told you”- about their husbands, boyfriends, fathers, brothers, sons, friends, and co-workers.

According to Outreach magazine, Bishop David G. Evans’ Bethany Baptist Church in Lindenwold, NJ is one of the Top 50 fastest growing churches in the USA with a congregation of 27,000 people. Visit David Evans online at for more information on his ministry.

Bill Carpenter
(202) 506-5051


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