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!

School goes back: headmaster had 55 teachers leave in 4 years: and churches/pastors?

Wed, 28 Jan 2015 06:58:16 AEDT

Late last year the New Zealand Herald highlighted the drama whereby 55 teachers walked away from the school where this particular head master was in service.

Cadel's Final Race

Wed, 28 Jan 2015 06:18:55 AEDT

The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road cycling race is on Sunday 1st February.

Australian Treatment of Asylum Seekers: Are We Being the Salt and Light of the Earth?

Wed, 28 Jan 2015 06:15:25 AEDT

The recent hunger strikes and acts of self-mutilation of asylum seekers in Manus Island indicate the terrible conditions in which they live.

Global priority – a Christian view of Global Warming

Wed, 28 Jan 2015 06:12:55 AEDT

My article is about the correct priorities I believe a Christian should have staring into the face of any global calamity.

Australian women enticed by 'false glamour' of ISIS

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:26:36 AEDT

Officials reported Saturday that an increasing number of Australian women are travelling to Iraq and Syria to fight with the Islamic State (IS).

Pope reminds families to talk, not text

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:24:39 AEDT

In his annual message released Friday for the Catholic Church's upcoming 49th World Day of Social Communications, the Pope calls families to have time to sit down for a real conversation.

Dramatic decline in Ebola cases reported; West African countries remain 'cautiously optimistic'

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:21:51 AEDT

The World Health Organisation reports that the number of Ebola cases is diminishing in the nations hardest hit by the disease.

Missionary respite – steps toward a second facility

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 06:37:49 AEDT

Laguna Quays Respite was established four years as a respite cottage for missionaries and those in Christian ministry on the Whitsundays mainland developed by my wife Delma and I in 2011 having been ministering in respite since 1992 with Australian Institute of Sport elite athletes, Olympians and cricketers.

Naming Rights

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 06:35:33 AEDT

In a couple of short months, I will have made one of the biggest decisions of my life.

One Thrift Shop Away from Success - They Rap What We Sow

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 06:31:48 AEDT

Christmas is over. Phew. There's something about the commercialism and external expectations that seem so fake and void of the real substance of what we should be focussing on.

Why words alone don't cut it

Tue, 27 Jan 2015 06:28:18 AEDT

Words define us, they can make us feel great and without them, we'd be a bunch of thoughtless grunters. The scratches of ink on a page can create meaning, reveal new worlds and light fires in our minds.

India's Hindu nationalists claim to have converted 27 Christians

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 19:20:34 AEDT

Amid the growing issue on religious conversion in India, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad announced that 27 Christians have re-converted to Hinduism.

Newsboys founding member says he has 'renounced Christianity once and for all'

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 19:18:09 AEDT

The founder of the hugely popular Christian band Newsboys has revealed that he chose the path of atheism some time ago.

Arab-Americans claim 'Sniper' film has led to violent threats against them

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 19:13:51 AEDT

An Arab-American civil rights organisation has asked "American Sniper" director Clint Eastwood and actor Bradley Cooper to denounce hateful language directed at US Arabs and Muslims after the release of the film about a Navy marksman.

Riverbeds & raindrops

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 06:50:38 AEDT

I read Joy Cowley's memoirs recently, Joy Cowley is a very well known and loved New Zealand author with an absolutely firm and warm handle on the written word and storytelling.

Normal people

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 06:48:25 AEDT

We're always shocked when bad things happen to normal people. The terror attack in Sydney was an example of bad things happening to such normal people.

New Year, New You.

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 05:46:07 AEDT

Fun fact: We are currently past the halfway mark of Jan 2015. Yikes. Seems like just yesterday we were making New Year's resolutions and plans for Christmas.

New hope: Celebrating young scientists on Australia Day

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 05:31:12 AEDT

Already we are well into 2015 and we celebrate a new year's activities. Several times a year, I like to celebrate the awards and achievements of our Australian scientists. On none other than Australia Day!

Japan condemns apparent IS execution, demands hostage release

Sun, 25 Jan 2015 21:56:04 AEDT

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday called for the immediate release of a Japanese journalist held by Islamic State after a video surfaced claiming that a fellow Japanese captive had been executed.

Brittany Maynard death inspires California drive to legalise assisted suicide

Fri, 23 Jan 2015 08:19:29 AEDT

California lawmakers introduced a bill on Wednesday to legalise assisted suicide in the most populous US state, an effort tearfully welcomed by a woman whose daughter moved to Oregon last year to avail herself of a death-with-dignity law there.




Ebola Survivor Rick Sacra Returns to Liberia


Rick Sacra, one the American doctors who beat Ebola last year, is going back to Liberia where he contracted the deadly virus.

Niger Christians on Edge after Church Burnings


Religious tensions are escalating once again in Niger, days after Islamic protesters torched at least 45 churches and Christian homes.

School for Deaf Benefits Senegalese Street Children


Many countries suffer from high unemployment and the high cost of education. One of the worst is Senegal, where half the population is unemployed and literacy is less than 50 percent.

Israel Produces World's Tiniest New Testament


An Israeli company says it's created the smallest New Testament in the world. It's called the Nano Bible.

#TheRoofTop Urges Christians to Tackle Racial Division


A Virginia man is calling for Christians to step into the middle of the debate on race that's been heating up across the country, following grand jury decisions not to indict police officers for killing unarmed civilians.

Party Time! Remote Tribe Gets Bible in Their Language


What happens when a remote tribal group receives God's word in their own language for the very first time?

Memorial Services to Be Held for Andraé Crouch


The world will soon say goodbye to gospel legend Andraé Crouch, who died Jan. 8, at age 72, after being admitted to the hospital following a heart attack.

Rescued Girl to Pope: 'Why Does God Let Children Suffer?'


Record crowds greeted Pope Francis as he wrapped up his historic visit to the Philippines. While he delivered a message of compassion, some of his remarks were considered controversial.

'Answered Prayer.' Obama Calls Saeed 'Top Priority'


President Barack Obama's meeting Wednesday with the wife of imprisoned Pastor Saeed Abedini lasted 10 minutes, but she says it was an answer to prayer.

Empowered 21: Calling for Worldwide Revival


One of the largest gatherings of Pentecostal Leaders, Empowered 21, is heading to Jerusalem. The group will host its annual Global Congress during Pentecost, May 20-25.

Cuba, US on the Mend, But at What Price?


Now that Cuba and the United States have unexpectedly decided to renew diplomatic relations, many are asking - what's next? 

'It's a Miracle.' Saeed's Wife Meets Obama


Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of imprisoned American pastor Saeed Abedini, met with President Barack Obama Wednesday. She tweeted, "Praise God! It is a miracle!"

Christians Answer #TheRoofTop Call for Race Unity


Many people answered a Virginia man's call to gather for prayer on rooftops on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to pray for racial unity.

'Death to France!' as Islamic Protests Go Global


Islamic protests against a cartoon of Mohammed spread around the world, with demonstrators turning out from Yemen to Pakistan. Muslims in Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan also denounced the cartoon.

Courageous Survivors: How These 3 Women Beat ISIS


In an attempt at Mideast domination, ISIS terrorists have murdered, raped, and abused thousands of women. Now, some of these courageous survivors want to share their stories with the world.

Honoring a Legend: Andraé Crouch Laid to Rest


Gospel great Andraé Crouch was laid to rest Wednesday.

Jindal Leads Thousands in Divine Appeal for America


From worship to prayer, thousands joined Gov. Bobby Jindal on the campus of Louisiana State University for a weekend faith gathering called, The Response: Louisiana.

Islam's War on Christians: Worst Yet to Come?


From the Middle East to sub-Saharan Africa, Christians are enduring attacks for their faith like never before.

Five Yrs Later: Haiti's Continues Road to Recovery


Five years have passed since a massive earthquake devastated the nation of Haiti.

Duke University Cancels Plans for Muslim Call to Prayer


Duke University has canceled its plan to use the tower of its chapel for a weekly, amplified call to prayer for Muslims.

Secret Believers Share Faith under Fire


CBN News gained exclusive access to a gathering of secret believers inside a former Soviet Republic to get a close-up look at what life is like for Christians who face daily persecution.

Why Is God's Shield over America Crumbling?


Bishop Harry Jackson uncovers reasons why God may be lifting His hand of protection from the United States. Could these signs of the time be a consequence of disobedience from the pathways of the Living God?

Will the World Wake Up to ISIS's Demonic Ambitions?


Author Joel Rosenberg is sounding the alarm that radical Islam is spreading and if world leaders don't deal decisively with it, we're all in danger.

MLK Day: Prayer Needed Instead of Protest


At the annual S.T.A.N.D. prayer breakfast, the group thanked members of the local police department, using prayer instead of violence over racial tensions.

Islamists Step Up Barbarism in Nigeria, Cameroon


A suicide bomber killed four people in Nigeria and wounded dozens Sunday in an attack on a bus station in Potiskum, according to a Nigerian media outlet.