Tommy Nelson




Tommy Nelson has served as the pastor of Denton Bible Church, located in Denton, Texas, since 1977. He is also a best-selling author (The Book of Romance, Better Love Now, A Life Well-Lived) and popular national marriage conference speaker. Nelson holds degrees in education and biblical studies and has been married to his wife Teresa for more than thirty years.

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The Book of Romance: What S...

4.12 avg rating — 318 ratings — published 1998 — 7 editions
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A Life Well Lived: A Study ...

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Walking on Water When You F...

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The Song of Solomon, A Stud...

4.29 avg rating — 77 ratings — published 1995 — 11 editions
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The Big Picture: Understand...

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The Problem of Life with Go...

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The 12 Essentials of Godly ...

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Better Love Now!: Escalatin...

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Holy Bible: Containing the ...

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The Guy in the Tie

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“In all situations, a person will choose to live according to God’s way or man’s way. The problem with man’s way is that it changes and always fails. God’s plan, on the other hand, is always perfect, directional, prescriptive, and rewarding.”
Tommy Nelson, The Book of Romance: What Solomon Says About Love, Sex, and Intimacy

“When I get to heaven, I will be amazed at three things. I will be amazed at those I thought would be there who are not there, those I did not think would be there who are there, and the fact that I am there at all.”
Tommy Nelson, A Life Well Lived: A Study of the Book of Ecclesiastes

“Early in the ministry of the apostle Paul, he called himself the least of the apostles. Later on he said he was the least of all Christians. Then he said he was the chief of sinners. The older he got, the more he saw of God, the lower he became in his own estimation.”
Tommy Nelson, A Life Well Lived: A Study of the Book of Ecclesiastes

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