REAL LIFE MINISTRIES
Real Life Ministries is committed to reaching the lost with the good news about the freedom they can receive in Jesus Christ, and seeing lives transformed by the power of God. Jesus' ministry always focused on the poor, the lame, the blind, and the outcasts of society. He has called us to seek and save those who are lost, wherever we may find them.
The Real Life Ministries team preparing to record an episode of "Real Vida TV."
Real Life Ministries is committed to reaching the lost with the good news about the freedom they can receive in Jesus Christ, and seeing lives transformed by the power of God. Real Life has been operating in Texas continuously since 2001 and has always focused on those who have traditionally not been reached by the institutional church, especially men and women struggling with addiction. Our ministry is modeled on the New Testament Church, with an emphasis on intense personal discipleship.
Jeremy and Eve Coe
Carl and Andrea Stevens
Eve Coe is a wife and mother of four children. The daughter of a pastor, Eve ran from God until she was radically saved at 17 years old. Eve has now been privileged to serve in ministry for over 30 years. She has spoken in hundreds of churches, prisons, and public and private schools in half a dozen countries on three different continents, singing and ministering both in English and Spanish as well as making numerous appearances on both television and radio.
After traveling full-time for approximately ten years, Eve and her husband, Jeremy Coe, moved to Henderson, Texas, where they founded Just As You Are Church in February 2001, a non-denominational “blue jeans and T-shirts” church. The ministry moved to Tyler as "Real Life Church" in 2013. In 2016, Eve and Jeremy sold their church building in Tyler to focus their efforts on prison ministry. In May 2021, Eve and Jeremy started "Real Talk," a weekly radio program designed specifically for prisoners which is now available as a podcast on all major streaming services and in thousands of correctional institutions on tablets provided by Securus. In March 2023, "Real Talk" became "Real Vida TV," producing video podcasts that "webcast" both inside and outside of prisons.
Jeremy has been a practicing attorney since 1998 with offices in both Tyler and Mesquite, Texas. www.coelaw.net
Carl Stevens was an addict for over 20 years before his life was transformed by the power of God. God set Carl free from drugs and called him to reach those still bound by addiction. Carl started and led a Celebrate Recovery group for several years and now is active in Real Life's prison ministry team and with the Real Vida TV program. Carl and his wife Andrea Stevens have three children and live in Tyler. Carl has been in automobile sales since 2013 and currently works at Tyler Ford.