Pastor Tony Clark’s Audio Commentary on Acts
At the beginning of the year, we welcomed Pastor Tony Clark to our library of content providers with his series through the Gospel of Luke. And now, he has graciously given us his messages on the Acts of the Apostles. The book of Acts records the beginning of the Christian church, focusing on the first three decades of its existence.
These two books were written with the intention of being read together as a single account by the author, Luke. Thus, it is such a blessing to have solid preaching on these two books from Pastor Tony. To start listening to Pastor Tony’s messages, head over to his author page on Blue Letter Bible.
About Tony Clark
Born and raised in the steel town of Gary, Indiana, Tony lived life “his own way” Monday through Saturday. However, Sundays were different because that was the day he would go to church. And even though he attended church, Tony had no idea what it meant to have a relationship with Jesus Christ.
After his first year in college, Tony decided to marry his high school sweetheart, Jenise, and join the United States Marine Corps. After boot camp, instead of starting a life with his new bride, Tony received military orders to be stationed in Okinawa, Japan. Going to this foreign land was more than an overseas adventure because it was here that he made a life-changing God commitment. He thrived in this newfound relationship and began learning about the Bible. It was in Okinawa that the Lord revealed to Tony that one day he would become a pastor.
Since then, the Lord has continued to lead Tony and his family in amazing ways. He is now the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Newport News (CCNN), located in Virginia. The desire of Tony’s heart is to see the community of Newport News and the Hampton Roads area transformed by continuing to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ. Tony continues to heed the call by passionately studying God’s Word, prayerfully seeking the Lord’s direction for His church, and vigorously pouring love into the lives of the people God leads his way.