About Evan Morgan

Evan Morgan is the founder and President of Our Daily Bread University (christianuniversity.org/). He also served for 12 years as the Senior Vice President of Global Ministry Efforts for Our Daily Bread Ministries. In this position he was responsible to oversee the development of Our Daily Bread’s global teaching content and resources. Evan is married to Elisa (co-host of the ministry’s Discover the Word radio program), and they have two grown children and two grandchildren who live near them in Denver, Colorado.

Divinely Aligned

By |2020-04-20T13:59:39-04:00April 24th, 2020|

I was deeply troubled and woke in the night to pace the floor and pray. Frankly, my attitude was not one of prayerful submission to God, but one of questioning and anger. Finding no release, I sat and stared out a large window at the night sky. I was unexpectedly drawn to focus on Orion’s Belt—those three perfectly arranged stars often visible on clear nights..

The Bell

By |2020-03-23T12:12:57-04:00March 24th, 2020|

Jackson dreamed of becoming a US Navy Seal from early childhood—an ambition that led to years of physical discipline and self-sacrifice. He eventually faced grueling tests of strength and endurance including what’s referred to by trainees as “hell week.” Jackson was physically unable to complete the exhaustive training, and reluctantly rang a bell to inform the commander and other trainees of his choice to leave the program...

Use Your Voice

By |2019-08-13T07:48:17-04:00August 29th, 2019|

I was invited to meet a world-renowned pianist. Since I grew up immersed in music—playing the violin and piano, and primarily singing solos for church and other events—I was thrilled at the opportunity. When I arrived to meet the pianist, I realized he spoke little English; and to my surprise he provided a cello for me to play—an instrument I’d never touched...

Night Watches

By |2019-06-12T14:23:54-04:00June 3rd, 2019|

During my college days, my summers were spent working at a guest ranch in the stunningly beautiful mountains of Colorado. On a rotating basis, staff members were assigned “night watch” duty—to keep an eye out for forest fires in order to protect the guests as they slept. What initially seemed to be an exhausting and thankless task became a unique opportunity for me to be still, reflect, and find solace in the majesty of God’s presence...

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