Welcome to the Christian Culture Center!

Thanks for visiting the Christian Culture Center online portal. We appreciate you and we are here to serve you. We want to help you do whatever it is that God wants you to do.

The Christian Culture Center is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization dedicated to help increase the impact of Christ in our culture. Through grantsprograms , and services, we help empower Christians to accomplish God's will on earth.

The Christian Culture Center is based in the United States of America and has a worldwide vision and mission. Working together, we can help accomplish those things God wants to influence our culture for Christ with the ultimate goal of bringing more people to God.

Need Help?  Want to Help?

We are looking for a few quality volunteers to help us on a regular basis. If you have good skills and references and want to get involved, please send an email to Visit our Involvment Partners page for more information what areas of service are available.

Thank you and God bless you abundantly in the name of our saviour Jesus Christ..

Welcome to The Christian Culture Center!

Let's Make an Impact. 

There are many opportunities for you at the Christian Culture Center. If you are a Christian then please join our Advisory Board first; you have a voice in this Christian foundation. Next, if you want to get involved further check out our Involvement Partner Opportunities. We encourage you to share your faith by participating in The Salvation Story. If you have something you believe God wants you to do, and you need the Christian community to help fund your project, list it it our Community Funding Initiative crowdfunding system. Whatever you decide to so, we're here to help at The Christian Culture Center, so send us your thoughts.

What Can You Do to Effect a Christian Culture?

People often ask us what we can do to effect a Christian culture. That's an excellent question. Some ask sencerely, others sarcastically, but the question needs to be asked... and answered.

The answer is obvious. We can do nothing.

Now before you give up on me, bare with me a moment, Let me explain what I mean.

In the gospel of John where Jesus talks about him being the vine and we being the branches. In that teaching, he said his will for us is to bear much fruit, and that he wanted that fruit to remain. Fruit, as you know, is for consumption. The tree producing the fruit does so to feed others. But now I'm digressing into teaching...

In that teaching, Jesus said that if we abide in him, we can ask what we will and it will be done for us. It's a bold statement, but I didn't say it. Jesus said it.

My gosh, if Jesus said it, then it's true. Yikes! Do you believe what Jesus said?  Really? Honestly? You should!

Then Jesus said, "Without me you can do nothing." That's what I was referring to when I said we can do nothing to effect the culture for God.

Nothing without Jesus that is. But we can do anything Jesus wants when Jesus is with us.

We at the Christian Culture Center can do nothing to change the culture for God on our own. So where do we find Christ? In the ethereal heavens? Yes, we pray and he answers.  But he tells us he's right in our midst.

The universal Christian Church is the body of Christ according to the scriptures.  It's comprised of every Christian on the planet. It's all inclusive. The church is the body of Christ and Christ is its one and only Head. The church, with Christ its Head, s Christ on earth. 

What can we do without the body of Christ? Absolutely nothing. We're powerless.

But with you, we are strong. With you we make advances. Small ones at first, but then we can start gaining momentum and perhaps do what the Bible calls "exploits" in a positive sense; exploits that help people and influence society in a positive way. 

But with you, we are strong. With you we make advances. Small ones at first, but then we can start gaining momentum and perhaps do what the Bible calls "exploits" in a positive sense; exploits that help people and influence society in a positive way. 

With you, we are strong. So what can YOU do to effect positive change in your world, your area of influence, your sphere of living? What has God put on your heart to do for Him? What has God worked within you to be and do? What would God have you, individually, do to effect culture in a positive way? Whatever God has worked within you to do, do it with all your heart. We'll see what we can do to help you on your way.

That's what we're about here at the Christian Culture Center. 

Here are a couple projects that God has worked in my heart to offer the Christian community.

The Salvation Story

 The Salvation Story

"The Salvation Story" is all about the greatest accomplishment on earth:  The redemption of mankind by Jesus Christ's life, death and resurrection. It's the centerpiece of the Christian Faith, the core truth. It's the glorious Salvation Story, but not a story in the sense of a children's bedtime fairy tale. No, this is His story. His story... History. Get it?  It's history. Check out the Salvation Story here.

If you want, you'll also have the opportunity to share your story with others. It's easy (we'll show you how) and fun. More importantly, it's what God has asked us to do to help change the world.  Visit here for more information. The most important task we have is to share our Christian faith with others. We provide both the instruction and tools to help you share your story online with anyone you want. 

The Christian Culture Center Community Funding Initiative

The second project is our Community Funding Initiative.  This is where people and organizations can propose projects they feel God has inspired them to carry out and people in the greater community can financially sponsor them.  You can learn more about our Community Funding Initiative here.  This is for those who have worthy projects and for those who want to support worthy projects.  Let's see what we can do together for God and our Lord Jesus Christ.

It truly is time to change the cultures of our world for God.  Get involved and make an impact!

I know it, but do I believe it?

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 05:07:42 AEST

Being an engineering student, I have to face this problem all the time. We work with all these equations that theoretically must be true; some I would've even derived myself... I know these are true.

Why not me?: A new perspective on suffering

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:48:36 AEST

I recently attended the Acts 29 Church Planting Conference in Melbourne. In one particular session, Pastor Matt Chandler of The Village Church in Dallas, spoke about his journey with battling cancer, and was addressing the question so many of us ask when it comes to suffering: Why me?

Evolution or creation: For a Christian it shouldn't matter

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:36:52 AEST

Intellectually I find the conversation of "Creation vs. Evolution", in the right context, interesting and revealing on people's characters and the nature of their faith. However, I have personally found that this issue has snuck up on the church to become a greater source of division than it need be.

New small drone inventions now proving to be brilliant assets

Thu, 02 Oct 2014 04:20:48 AEST

Over and over we are learning about the value of new small drone inventions in relation to traffic management, real estate, law and order, farming, investigative issues, neighbourhood disputes, video and film and now lost persons in bushland. A drone even alerts surfers to a shark circling.

Leadership predicts dark future for Christians in Peshawar on first anniversary of All Saints Church bombing

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:19:55 AEST

"We are still sad for our beloved ones who sacrificed their lives in the church last year," Bishop Humphrey Peters, leader of the Anglican Church in Peshawar, Pakistan, told ICC in an interview during the first anniversary of the All Saints Church bombing.

'Prayer must be our loudest response': Churches respond to pro-democracy rallies in Hong Kong

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 09:49:46 AEST

Prayer vigils are being held for those involved in the pro-democracy demonstrations currently gripping Hong Kong.

Orange is the new blasphemy

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 05:20:00 AEST

It's not often that Christians are portrayed as gracious brethren by the media. We can expect to be stereotyped and hated more often than not.

Young Australians denied Christian direction will seek it somewhere - in the most diabolical places!

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 05:12:47 AEST

Australia is not that much different to Britain in that it is getting like the UK where showing your Christian faith in public becomes likened to a crime, as claimed by former UK Attorney General Dominic Grieve.

Hoi An.

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 05:08:05 AEST

On a hot balmy night last week, during a quick adventure in Asia, I found myself walking off a bus and into the UNESCO World heritage site of the old town, Hoi An.

AFL's biggest day: Hawks win the Grand Final

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 05:02:35 AEST

No wonder they are a "Happy Team at Hawthorn." They just won back to back Premierships! Last year the Hawks started favourites against Fremantle and delivered. This year they started as underdogs and crushed the Sydney Swans by a huge margin of 63 points.

Christians arrested in Laos after worship meeting

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 10:26:30 AEST

Local officials in Laos arrested seven Christians for meeting for worship on Sunday (Sept. 28), according to a rights group.

California school bans all Christian books

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 09:42:41 AEST

A Californian school has banned all Christian-based books from its library, claiming that it does not allow "sectarian materials on our state-authorized lending shelves."

The system didn't plan for this…

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 05:10:20 AEST

On the 9th of September, rapper/recording artist Lecrae released his seventh studio album, titled Anomaly. Lecrae is a profoundly outspoken Christian, and yet his craft has taken him beyond the borders of Christian/Gospel music into the culturally murky water of mainstream music.

Feminism. A man's issue too!

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 04:53:01 AEST

It appears that if you say the word Feminist these days that you suddenly become stereotyped as a man-hater. Whilst there are extreme views in every realm of life, and sure there are women who genuinely hate men, it is not the Feminist way.

Galilee Basin will help Carlisle Coast and moreover Whitsundays saved from being a tip!

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 04:29:23 AEST late last year reported that the Government approved Galilee Basin Coal which will undoubtedly have a huge impact upon a wide range of communities, not least the Carlisle Coast area of Laguna Quays, Midge Point and Bloomsbury which have housing developments approved or in the making ready for such an impact.

The manifesto

Tue, 30 Sep 2014 04:28:22 AEST

In the recent weeks I have taken a risk. My good friend Jared and I have hired a big warehouse with nothing but a few crazy ideas, hope, and dream.

Meriam Ibrahim: 'I will campaign for those persecuted for their faith'

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 19:50:48 AEST

Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman who escaped the death penalty, has said she wants to campaign for religious freedom.

What's the threat of Islamic State to the Church worldwide?

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 13:18:36 AEST

While Islamic State is wreaking havoc in Iraq and Syria, its ambitions do not stop there. Moreover, several world leaders are saying it is one of the biggest threats they are facing. But exactly how does Islamic State fit into the global picture of Christians under pressure for their faith worldwide?

Indian High Court overturns ban on non-Hindu evangelists

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 12:57:15 AEST

In a positive move for Christians, the Bilaspur High Court in India has been persuaded by Christian organisations to oppose a ban preventing non-Hindu religious missionaries from entering villages in Bastar district.

Hundreds of prayer vigils held on 2nd anniversary of Pastor Saeed's imprisonment

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 09:40:58 AEST

More than 500 prayer vigils were held around the world this week to mark the two-year anniversary of when pastor Saeed Abedini was arrested by Iranian officials for his Christian faith.




Is the World Close to Armageddon?


What are the two prerequisites for Christ's return? Are more Jewish people putting their faith in Christ? Author Asher Intrater talks about what's really happening in the Middle East from a biblical perspective.

Restoring Stolen Childhoods: Giving Kids the World


There's nothing more stressful for a family than caring for a child with a terminal illness. But a special vacation spot in Florida gives sick children and their families a much needed respite during tough times.

Third American Sick, Window to Stop Ebola 'Closing'


The third American Christian aid worker to contract the Ebola virus has been identified as Dr. Rick Sacra.

Only the Beginning: 20K More Ebola Cases Expected


The Ebola epidemic has already killed more than 2,000 people in West Africa, making it the biggest outbreak ever -- and the World Health Organization warns it's only the beginning.

Rare Trove: Exhibit Unveils Jerusalem's Golden Past


The city of Jerusalem is often called the city of gold. Now a new exhibit shows that gold often played a big part in the city's history.

Ukraine Protestants Target of Russian Orthodox 'Jihad'?


Peter Dudnik, the senior leader of Good News Church in Slavyansk, Ukraine, believes the Russian Orthodox Church is using pro-Russian rebels to silence evangelicals in the east. Some Christians are calling it "Orthodox jihad."

Full Recovery Expected for Ebola-Stricken US Doc


Nebraska Medical Center doctors say American missionary Rick Sacra is expected to make a full recovery from the Ebola virus he's been battling.

Orphan's Promise Helping War Weary Ukrainians


In the war zone of eastern Ukraine, life has come to a standstill. Everything has stopped working: hospitals, schools, factories, mines and shops.

A Painful Reality: The Long Battle to Free Saeed


For two years now, U.S. Pastor Saeed Abedini has been jailed in Iran for his Christian faith. Believers worldwide have joined his wife in her push for his release. Her family's journey has been long and painful.

Housewife Abduction Sparks Egypt Christian Protests


Egyptian Christians demonstrated outside a police station in Minya province, demanding police take action to locate a 37-year-old Coptic housewife, who disappeared two weeks ago.

US Ebola Survivor: Virus a 'Fire from Pit of Hell'


Dr. Kent Brantly, an American survivor of Ebola, told a Senate panel that it's only a matter of time before the deadly virus spreads to the United States.

Haiti's Slow Recovery: 'Even When I Slept, I Wept'


About five years have passed since an earthquake shook Haiti and killed a quarter of a million people. The recovery has been slow, and as CBN News' Efrem Graham reports, some survivors needed that much time to find hope again.

Tortured in Ukraine: Christians Living a Nightmare


On top of living in a dangerous war zone, Christians in Ukraine are also facing persecution from pro-Russian separatists who have already captured, tortured, and killed some top church leaders.

Satanic Temple to Hand Out Children Activity Books


The Satanic Temple in Orange County, Florida, is distributing "children activity books" as a response to the school district allowing a Christian group to leave Bibles.

Refugee Camp Tent Churches Draw Iraqis to Christ


The crisis in Iraq is leading many refugees to put their faith in Jesus Christ.

Prelude to a Ground War? House OK's Arming Rebels


Speaking before a Senate panel, Secretary of State John Kerry repeated the president's assertion that U.S. ground forces will not go into combat against the Islamic State. His words were met with skepticism.

Naghmeh, Rev. Graham Lead Global Vigil for Saeed


September 26 marks two years since Iran threw American Pastor Saeed Abedini in prison for his Christian faith. Believers around the world joined his wife in prayer for his release.

Faith Advocate: US 'See No Jihad' Policy Fueling Terror


Religious rights advocates told Congress Thursday there's a direct link between religious persecution and terrorism.

CIA: ISIS May Be 3 Times Bigger Than We Thought


New intelligence suggests ISIS may be three times the size of initial reports of 10,000. The news comes as congressional leaders begin to debate President Barack Obama's plan to target the jihadist army.

Facing Death, Sudan Mom Says She Relied on Faith


Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman who faced a death sentence for refusing to convert to Islam, says she relied on her Christian faith throughout her ordeal.

Costa Ricans Celebrate 'Day of the Bible'


Colorful parades and festivities throughout Mexico and Central America marked the region's Independence Day celebrations this September.

Wendy's Heartbeat | Highlights from my Kilimanjaro Climb!


CBN Anchor Wendy Griffith just recently returned from Africa where she climbed the highest free-standing mountain in the world: Mount Kilimanjaro! Watch a few highlights from her six-day trek to the summit.

Nurse Risked Her Life Daily to Help Ebola Victims


Carrie Jo is a missionary nurse who recently returned to America from the Ebola crisis zone in Sierra Leone.

Ebola Aid Team Killed in Attack in Guinea


A team of eight Ebola educators and journalists, including a local pastor, were killed in southern Guinea after an attack by villagers.

Arab Christians Boo Ted Cruz for Pro-Israel Remarks


A group of Middle Eastern Christians booed Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, off the stage after speaking in support of Israel at an event in Washington, D.C.