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.
“Because the Lord” is an audio devotional focused on Genesis 27:20 and Jacob’s deception of Isaac, particularly his use of the Lord’s name.
Esau was wrong to marry two Hittite wives and it was a grief of mind to Isaac and Rebekah. This audio devotional is from Genesis 26:34-35.
Isaac did not rely upon God for safety, “for he feared.” This audio devotional focuses on a second generation of disobedience in Genesis 26:7.
Rebekah said “I will go” in Genesis 24:58. This is an important phrase for every Christian to learn, as we make note in this audio devotional.
This audio devotional, called “As the Lord hath spoken” is based on Genesis 24:51-52. It focuses on parents and the Lord’s will for their children.
“Send me good speed” is an audio devotional from Genesis 24:12. It makes note of a servants concern for his master above his concern for himself.
When Abraham was old, he was looking back at a life of blessing from the Lord. This thought, from Genesis 24:1 is the subject of our audio devotional.
A ram caught in a thicket was the means by which God provided for Abraham. This audio devotional focuses on the narrative from Genesis 22:13.
He and Isaac, Abraham said, would ascend the mountain “and come again.” This audio devotional from Genesis 22:5 highlights this remarkable assertion.
“Take now thy son” is the beginning of a command given to Abraham in Genesis 22:1-2. This audio devotional reflects on that portion of scripture.
Lot seemed “as one that mocked” to his sons in law. This audio devotional focuses on a classic passage about loss of influence, Genesis 19:14.
“Bring them out” is an audio devotional from Genesis 19:4-5. It reveals a lack of understanding of God’s power and provision in Lot’s life.