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.
On this day, the Lord fought for Israel. In this audio devotional, we look to Joshua 10:14 and learn about an amazing day and a more amazing God.
With the sin of Achan resolved, the children of Israel could go up to Ai again. This audio devotional reminds us of God’s abundant mercy.
“The Lord shall trouble thee” is an audio devotional from Joshua 7:25. It challenges us to eliminate our sin with lethal timeliness and precision.
When Israel came up against Ai, they fled. This retreat was a result of sin in the camp. Learn more in this audio devotional from Joshua 7:4.
When God provided the way for Israel, they took the city. This audio devotional encourages us to trust God’s character, not question His methods.
In this audio devotional, God reminds Joshua that Jericho is “given into thine hand.” He provides reminders and assurances to us as well.
Twelve stones in the midst of Jordan “shall be a memorial” for the children of Israel. This audio devotional encourages us to remember.
The people of Israel stepped out boldly in faith and “passed clean over” the Jordan. This audio devotional focuses on Joshua 3:17.
God wanted to assure Israel that He would be with Joshua, as He said “as I was with Moses.” This audio devotional is focused on Joshua 3:7.
Truly the Lord had delivered the land. In this audio devotional, we find that God’s character guarantees He will keep His promises.
Rahab heard about the God of Israel and found He is God. This audio devotional reminds us of His power and worthiness to be trusted.
The people of Israel expressed a commitment to follow with the phrases we will do and we will go. In this audio devotional, we look at Joshua 1:16.