Big News!

(Pictured above: Recording on national television channel “Solo Noticias”, speaking on Islam, radical terrorism, the Islamic Antichrist, and the GOSPEL!) Dear friends and family, This is likely the latest I’ve ever sent out a ministry update and there is good reason for it. I was awaiting confirmation of one of the most important and most-longed […]

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Church Diagnostics: Compromise (Letter 3 of 7)

In case you missed it, here is the introduction to this series, as we look into the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. My attempt is to harmonize the letters with Church History as well as to use it as a sort of diagnosis on today’s churches, looking at the possible pitfalls […]

Audio Sermon: Philemon – Transformed by the Spirit

My time in the US is almost done, after four great weeks – I’ll preach my last two sermons of many tomorrow here in New Jersey. My trip started in early July as I spoke at a adolescent camp in New Mexico, at Southwest Bible Camp. Afterwards I spoke at Garfield Gospel Chapel in Albuquerque before heading up […]

Baptism Saves You!

Scripture is so full of beauty, wonder, teaching, truth, and application; yet it also has it’s fair share of “hard passages”. 1 Peter 3:18-22 is one of them and so I want to delve into the passage in order to answer the strange proposition Peter seems to teach – “Baptism…now saves you”. We will also […]

The Revealer of Mysteries

Deuteronomy 29:29 is undoubtedly one of the most intriguing verses in the Bible. Before I explain why, let’s take a look at the context of the verse. Deuteronomy 28 (the theme continues into chapter 29) is well known as Moses’ sermon on blessings and curses – God would greatly bless them if they obeyed His Law, but […]

Messiah’s Hope – Meditations on Psalm 22 (Part 2 of 2)

In case you missed it, here is Part 1. (Context: Looking at the connection between David’s Psalm and the parallels to the suffering, rejection, and crucifixion of Christ. Part 2 continues this trend, yet also looks at the prophesied resurrection of Messiah.) “You lay me in the dust of death” (Psalm 22:15b) is such an important phrase, […]

A Brief Critique on “Miracle Workers” (Devotional)

Reading: Matthew 10 (Context: Jesus sends the disciples out on a “Missions Trip” to Jews only, because the Kingdom was offered to them alone, at this time. Jesus also knew that they would be rejected, and that He as their King would be rejected, so He also instructs them on how to behave as preachers of […]

The Gospel of the Kingdom (Devotional)

Reading: Matthew 9 (Context: Jesus comes to Capernaum, His “ministry hub” and the town flocks to Him for healing. Yet the religious leaders strongly oppose Him and falsely accuse Him. Jesus later explained that a Prophet is not acceptable in His own town, and in His case this extended to His second “home”, Capernaum. The theme […]

Jesus: Why Do We Hate Him? [Part 2 of 4]

Introductory Note: The first part introduced the subject of the animosity between Jesus and the Pharisees, as He harshly opposed them. The main argument, as I showed, and will continue to show in this section, had to do with the interpretation of Scripture. Can all read and understand the Bible? Jesus said that the Holy […]

Video Compilations of Mexico Trip!

I know many of you were in prayer for us as we headed to Mexico (Guanajuato specifically) over Spring Break, from Emmaus Bible College. Thank you! God did great things there, and I am full of stories to tell. These videos will have to suffice for now. Blessings, Christopher. 1. “Everything” Skit performed Live: Some 100 […]