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!

Indonesia: Muslim group launches global anti-ISIS campaign

Sat, 28 Nov 2015 07:23:37 AEDT

A worldwide anti-ISIS campaign has been launched in Indonesia by Islam's largest organisation, the New York Times reports.

France pays tribute to victims of Paris attacks

Sat, 28 Nov 2015 07:21:52 AEDT

France paid tribute on Friday to the 130 mostly young people killed while they were enjoying themselves in Paris two weeks ago by Islamist gunmen and suicide bombers in the most deadly attacks the nation has seen since World War Two.

Pope in Africa rails against corruption, appeals for refugees

Sat, 28 Nov 2015 07:18:32 AEDT

Pope Francis urged young Kenyans on Friday not to yield to the sweet lure of corruption, and urged them to help those tempted by "fanatical" ideologies.

Mirror, Mirror on the wall...

Fri, 27 Nov 2015 15:02:54 AEDT

As a youth leader I often find myself turning to the Internet for ideas for games, activities and topics of conversation to connect with younger generations.

Peace on earth… Are you kidding me?

Fri, 27 Nov 2015 06:20:37 AEDT

I love Christmas. I get nostalgic and excited for delicious food and treats. I enjoy the nativity scenes and other decorations. I'm a sucker for a good Christmas carol and love to sing along.

The head and the heart—work in progress

Fri, 27 Nov 2015 06:18:42 AEDT

Good art has two ingredients: natural ability and developed skill. It is a tricky balance for an artist to maintain these two ingredients consistently and tastefully in practice, composition and performance; however, it is something that each artist must work to master, and I believe it is a balance that largely defines the success of an artist.

C.A.R.D. - Christian Article Registry Depository working in reverse

Fri, 27 Nov 2015 06:08:56 AEDT

C.A.R.D. - Christian Article Registry Depository - launched in November 2014 is now working in reverse so that those checking out the Press Service International (PSI) site can connect to each young writer as if a data base search engine.

Lessons from the apple tree

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 15:01:04 AEDT

I'm sorry to disappoint you, but this is not about sin in the garden, being made in the image of God, or returning to a nudist society. This lesson comes from an apple tree a bit closer to home—the one in my backyard.

For such a time as this—in the New Zealand Defence Force

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 14:58:30 AEDT

People don't usually believe me when I say I'm in the Army. I'm not your stereotypical Army girl. I joined the Army Reserves (Territorials) in 2008. When I signed a six-year contract then it seemed like signing my life away for eternity! How quickly those six years have passed.

Talking to children about terrorism

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 14:56:50 AEDT

We are all still reeling from the recent terrorist attacks at six different locations in France. While Paris has gained much attention on social media and in the news, recent terrorist attacks have also occurred in Lebanon and Turkey.

Nelson Cook on reaching up

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 14:41:33 AEDT

Nelson Cook who established Coaches of Influence (COIN) 30 years ago in Los Angeles USA writes a monthly letter to the many coaches at professional, college and high school levels and the current correspondence touches the spot.

Duggars under fire for 'exploiting' Anna's sadness in new documentary 'Jill and Jessa: Counting On'

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 02:59:00 AEDT

The Duggar family from the cancelled TLC show "19 Kids and Counting" have come under fire once again for deciding to push through with the new documentary called "Jill and Jessa: Counting On."

Justin Bieber turns Los Angeles concert into megachurch service as he shares why he loves God so much

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 02:54:42 AEDT

As a testament to his reformed lifestyle, Canadian Christian singer Justin Bieber transformed his recent "Purpose" concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California into a megachurch service.

South Australian priest raped victims weekly, abuse enquiry hears

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 02:52:58 AEDT

A Catholic priest repeatedly raped and abused victims in south Australia, a royal commission into responses to abuse heard.

Palestinian stabs Israeli soldier and is shot dead - army

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 02:46:15 AEDT

A Palestinian stabbed and critically wounded an Israeli soldier on Wednesday and was shot dead by troops, the army and a hospital official said.

France, Belgium widen probe into Paris attacks, Hollande meets with Obama

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 02:38:27 AEDT

An investigation into the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris widened when French prosecutors said a man who provided lodging to the suspected ringleader must have known of a militant plot, and Belgium issued a warrant for a new suspect.

True justice

Wed, 25 Nov 2015 14:54:56 AEDT

In a world full of injustice we are often tempted to believe that the answer to all our problems would be for everyone to simply get what they deserved: a good things come to those who do good sort of philosophy, together with an eye for an eye for those who do badly. Pretty simple, and fair.

How denominations destroy faith

Wed, 25 Nov 2015 14:52:46 AEDT

I love the rich frameworks and traditions of faith passed down to us through the ages. I am not anti-denomination or anti-church. I love the way that new denominations are continually popping up all over the world, seeking to understand God and explore fresh avenues for worship and connection with him and with each other.

10 Commandments for any Christian minister to a fresh congregation

Wed, 25 Nov 2015 11:59:40 AEDT

A few days after Australia's new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull took office The Age by Michael Gordon ran a fascinating piece on the 10 Commandments for the new PM and these ten had such alliances to a fresh Christian minister coming to a new pastorate that I thought it provident to list them.

Johnathan Thurston – the perfect season for the Peter Pan of Rugby League

Wed, 25 Nov 2015 11:52:34 AEDT

At 179cm tall and 86 kilograms, you could easily be mistaken for not thinking that Johnathan Thurston is a dominant force in one of the most brutal professional sports played in the 21st Century.




Myanmar on Brink of Freedom after Election Landslide


The people of Mynamar have overwhelmingly voted for democracy, and the church played an important role in the quest for freedom.

Refugee Bill Faces Uncertain Future in the Senate


Responding swiftly to the Paris terror attacks, the House passed a bill to keep all Syrian and Iraqi refugees out of the U.S. But the measure faces a tougher road in the Senate, where many Democrats oppose it.

Indonesia Closing Churches, Yet Faith Still Grows


Radical Muslims are pressuring officials to close churches and jail pastors in Indonesia. And that's not all.

Iranian Escalation: Israeli Minister Warns of Buildup


Israeli Energy and Infrastructure Minister Yuval Steinitz is warning of a massive Iranian military buildup with help from Russia and other countries.

Suspect Arrested in Murder of Pastor's Wife


A suspect has been arrested in connection with the murder of Amanda Blackburn, the Indianapolis pastor's wife killed at her home earlier this month.

Pastor Abedini's Wife Cites Stress in Suspending Public Efforts for Husband's Freedom


Naghmeh Abedini is pulling back her public fight to see her husband Pastor Saeed Abedini freed from an Iranian prison.

Chilean Miners' Story: Star-Studded Cast Honors 'The 33'


More than a billion people watched when news broke that 33 Chilean miners were buried alive. Now their story is being brought to the big screen in a movie simply titled, "The 33." CBN's Efrem Graham takes us behind the scenes.

How a Video Game Won 16,000 People to Christ


Millions of Americans spend time playing video games. Now a Christian company called Lightside is using the popularity of gaming to win people to Christ.

'It Ain't Over!' Christians Appeal to Heaven


Following a challenging year for the church in America, Christians are turning to the nation's roots and taking up an appeal to heaven under a banner used in the Revolutionary War.

CWN Special Edition: Miracles Saved Their Lives


Watch the epic story of a Vietnamese boat family adrift at sea after the fall of Saigon. See how a series of miracles saved their lives and their souls. This and more.

Report: ISIS Guilty of Genocide against Yazidis


The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum says the Islamic State is not only guilty of terrorism, but also of genocide. 

Nun: 'Islam Is ISIS. Whoever Says Otherwise Is a Liar'


Sister Hatune Dogan has been on the ground and witnessed the devastation of ancient Christian communities. She's listened to survivors tell how Christians and Yazidi women are being sold into sex slavery.

Shell-Shocked Paris Mourns: 'I'm Afraid Because Now It's Real'


Parisians are doing their best to move forward after last week's terror attacks. But now that they know the jihadists were born and raised in France and Belgium, many wonder -- is it safe moving forward?

Fmr Iraqi Exile: Refugee Crisis Golden Opportunity for the Gospel


More than half of the nation's governors say they will refuse to accept any refugees from Syria. But could this crisis be a golden opportunity for the American Church to share the gospel of Jesus Christ?

#BibleCelebration on International Day of the Bible


Monday is the International Day of the Bible, a day for Christians to celebrate the Bible.

Where Are We on the End Times Timetable?


Mideast expert Joel Rosenberg shares his thoughts on book of Ezekiel, how world leaders are reacting to events in light of the Bible, and how Christians should be looking at seeming apocalyptic scenarios.

Mideast Miracle: ISIS Releases Christian Hostages


Islamic State militants this week freed 37 Assyrian Christians held captive for more than nine months.

Indiana Pastor's Wife Slain in Home Robbery


Indianapolis police have surveillance video of a supsect in the murder a pastor's wife and their unborn baby during a home invasion.

Suspects Plead 'Not Guilty' in Murder of Pastor’s Wife


Indiana authorities have now charged two young men with the murder of Amanda Blackburn, the pregnant wife of a pastor in Indianapolis.

S. Korean Church's 7-Day Service: Sundays Not Enough


For one church in South Korea, meeting only once a week on Sundays is hardly enough.  Myungsung Church in Seoul gathers for early morning prayer every day, and it's been doing it for 35 years.

Under the Radar: God’s Smuggler Brings Gospel to Darkest Places on Earth


For decades, a missionary known as Brother Andrew has had one mission, and that is to bring the Gospel to some of the darkest places on earth.

What's Worse Than Muslim Radicals?


CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell spoke with Rosenberg about this threat and other developments in the Middle East.

Losing Faith? Americans Becoming Less Religious


Americans are becoming less religious, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.

Lawmakers Read from Historic 1782 Aitken Bible


A special Bible reading event was held at the nation's Capitol this week to remind Americans that this coming Monday is the International Day of the Bible.

Riches to Rags: A Surgeon's Journey to Haiti


A few years ago, Dr. David Vanderpool was a sucessful trauma surgeon with a prosperous clinic in Nashville, Tennessee.