Hello, my name is Chris
I've spent nearly all of the past 23 years working in media: radio, television, photography, and web design. My primary focus has been Christian ministry, but I have also served dozens of small businesses, and taught at the university level for six years.
I met my wife, Deborah while serving as a missionary in Alaska. She and I spent 10 years there and had four of our five children in Fairbanks: Elisabeth, Hannah, Stephen, and Sarah.
Rebekah was born in Watertown, Wisconsin, where we moved in 2010 to begin work at Maranatha Baptist University.
This audio devotional is from Psalm 22:18, which says “They part my garments among them, and cast lots upon my vesture.”
In physical or spiritual battles, rather than relying upon our tools, we will remember the Lord. This audio devotional is from Psalm 20:7.
Our text for this audio devotional, Psalm 19:7 begins “The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul.” We will take a closer look.
We must praise and thank the Lord everywhere; and particularly among the heathen. This audio devotional is based on Psalm 18:49.
As for God, his way is perfect. This is the phrase that begins Psalm 18:30 and the idea we examine further in this audio devotional.
There are too few men of faith and far too often the faithful fail. This understanding is the focus of this Psalm 12:1-2 audio devotional.
“His countenance” is an audio devotional based on Psalm 11:7. It is about God’s love for righteousness and His view of our victory.
Oh, if men would only understand themselves to be but men! This is the prayer of Psalm 9:20 and the subject of this audio devotional.
There is something about getting up and addressing the Lord in the morning. This is our audio devotional’s focus, based on Psalm 5:3.
The blessed man delights in and meditates upon scripture day and night. This is the theme of our audio devotional from Psalm 1:2.
We must pray for one another to speak the gospel boldly as “I ought to speak.” This audio devotional is taken from Ephesians 6:19-20.
Children are to obey their parents in the Lord for this is right. We examine an overlooked aspect of Ephesians 6:1-3 in this audio devotional.