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.
Enoch was not, for God took him. This intriguing story appears in Genesis 5:23-24 and is the primary subject of this audio devotional.
Cain was very wroth when his sacrifice was not accepted. Cain rose up and slew Abel. Our audio devotional focuses on this story in Genesis 4:8.
God gave Adam and Eve coats of skins to cover themselves. This sacrifice is outlined in Genesis 3:21 and the subject of this audio devotional.
The serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field. This is an important phrase in Genesis 3:1 and the subject of this audio devotional.
“Thou mayest freely eat” is an audio devotional from Genesis 2:16. Why do we see the single restriction when there is so much else to enjoy?
God breathed into man the breath of life. We are unique among his creation, as this audio devotional points out from Genesis 2:7.
God finished His creation and he rested. This audio devotional emphasizes rest, its spiritual benefits, and God’s example from Genesis 2:1-2.
In the beginning God created everything. The Bible teaches creation starting here in Genesis 1:1-2. This audio devotional focuses on that passage.
Let us do good unto all men. That means doing something useful, pleasant, excellent, or honorable. This is an audio devotional from Galatains 6:10.
“In due season” is an audio devotional based on Galatians 6:9. Do not grow weary in well doing, knowing a time of eternal reaping is coming.
The phrase “restore such an one” comes from Galatians 6:1, which refers to erring Christian brothers. Listen to our audio devotional on this topic.
This audio devotional is from Galatians 5:14: “For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.”