Hello, my name is Chris
I've spent nearly all of the past 22 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.
The command is to “honour the Lord with thy substance” in this audio devotional from Proverbs 3:9-10. We take a closer look at the topic.
For length of days and long life, we ought to trust God, obey Him, and obey our parents. This audio devotional is from Proverbs 3:1-2.
“If thou seekest” is an audio devotional based on Proverbs 2:3-5. It is about diligently, urgently seeking knowledge and understanding.
This audio devotional points us to Proverbs 1:5. We learn a wise man listens, is eager to learn, and always desiring to understand.
The Colossians receive greeting from Epaphrus, “who is one of you,” they are told in the passage. This audio devotional is focused on chapter 4, verse 12.
This audio devotional focuses on walking in wisdom, redeeming the time, and graceful and well seasoned speech from Colossians 4:5-6.
There is no respect of persons with God. This audio devotional makes this point from Colossians 3:25, regarding masters and servants.
“Whatsoever ye do” is an audio devotional based on Colossians 3:22-23. How do we serve God within the master and servant relationship?
If the word of Christ dwell in you richly, songs will overflow. This audio devotional from Colossians 3:16 describes their content and nature.
If you have been born again, you must set your affection on things above! This is the encouragement of our audio devotional from Colossians 3:1-2.
This audio devotional from Colossians 2:6-7 describes a life of spiritual health and stability. A life that is rooted and built up in Christ Jesus.
“Now hath he reconciled” is an audio devotional based on Colossians 1:21-22. It is about the work of grace that takes us from alienation to acceptance.