Dr. Tony Evans is one of the country’s most respected leaders in evangelical circles. He is a senior pastor, best-selling author and frequent speaker at Bible conferences and seminars throughout the nation.

Dr. Evans has served as the senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship (OCBF) for over 40 years, witnessing its growth from ten people in 1976 to now over 10,000 congregants with 100 plus ministries. As the senior pastor and chief executive officer, Dr. Evans oversees the entire administrative, financial and ministry operations of the church. He serves as OCBF’s primary teacher and minister of the Word of God.

Under Dr. Evans’ vision and leadership, Kingdom Collegiate Academies was established as the provider of premier private school education with multiple academic, fine arts and athletic academies supported by a Kingdom worldview.

Dr. Evans also serves as president of The Urban Alternative, a national ministry that seeks to restore hope and transform lives through the proclamation and application of the Word of God. His daily radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on over 1,200 radio outlets throughout the United States and in more than 130 countries.

Dr. Evans has authored over 100 books, booklets and Bible studies including Kingdom Man, Oneness Embraced, The Kingdom Agenda, Kingdom Disciples and Victory in Spiritual Warfare. Dr. Evans serves as chaplain for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, a ministry he has done for over 30 years. He is also the former chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys.

Through his local church and national ministry, Dr. Evans has set in motion the Kingdom Agenda philosophy of ministry that teaches God’s comprehensive rule over every area of life as demonstrated through the individual, family, church and society.

Dr. Evans is married to Lois, his wife and ministry partner of over 40 years. They are the proud parents of four, grandparents of twelve and great-grandparents of three.

Dr. Vonda Nunley
Dr. Vonda Nunley serves as the Head of School for KCA.

Dr. Vonda Nunley brings a wealth of experience and a profound commitment to academic excellence and student success. Dr. Nunley’s expertise is unmatched with certifications as a Superintendent, Principal, and Counselor and a Ph.D. in Education from Texas A&M University specializing in curriculum and instruction.

Dr. Nunley holds a Master’s degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University and a Bachelor’s degree from Rice University. Her remarkable career includes building and leading Mansfield Lake Ridge High School from its inception to over 2500 students as an Associate Principal and Principal, and later, she served as the Chief Academic Officer and Principal of Grace Preparatory Academy.

Dr. Nunley is equipped with a profound understanding of students from all backgrounds, which stems from her invaluable experience as a Lead Counselor at Mansfield Timberview, Mansfield Legacy, James Bowie, and Klein Forest High School. Through her compassionate guidance and mentorship, she has connected with students on a personal level, fostering their holistic development and well-being.

Dr. Nunley also possesses a unique insight into the student-athlete, drawn from her role as an Athletic Director in the Dallas Independent School District for four years. Her firsthand experience in managing athletic programs and supporting student-athletes has equipped her with a deep understanding of the challenges and triumphs of balancing academics and sports. Moreover, her high-level achievements as an athlete, who participated in two Olympic trials as a former track and field star, showcase her unparalleled work ethic and unwavering determination to be the best while setting a powerful example for student-athletes under her guidance.

Her faith as a woman of God enriches the gift that God is bestowing upon KCA. We are beyond grateful and excited about the future of KCA and the positive impact Dr. Nunley’s leadership will undoubtedly bring to our school community.

Join Kingdom Collegiate Academies (KCA) at their Open House, Saturday, February 10, from 10 to 11 am at their desoto campus.