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!

The evolution of #squad

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 07:44:09 AEST

There is a different definition of the word 'squad' in town—bringing a complicated history and a fresh set of cultural expectations.

Music is heart and soul

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 07:42:04 AEST

In 2011 in one of my articles I wrote 'I love music. I listen to it, I compose it, I study it, I use it to wind-down, to stir myself up, to think and to worship; generally I'm either making music or listening to it'.

Don't act: you are enough

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 07:39:23 AEST

Nobody likes overacting. Actually, let me rephrase that—nobody likes acting.

We are sustained by the farming community

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 06:59:16 AEST

We get reminded of the value of the farming community when politics uses phrases such as "food protection" ensuring that Australia has enough food production to sustain the nation, as opposed to overseas interests buying up our farms and exporting the produce.

Nine Chinese Christians arrested for opposing cross removals

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 06:27:48 AEST

Chinese security forces have arrested at least nine Christians who opposed the ruling Communist party's campaign to remove crosses from churches.

Josh Duggar checks into rehab as parents say he brought 'great insult' to the family

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 05:11:19 AEST

When Josh Duggar from the cancelled Christian reality TV show "19 Kids and Counting" molested several young girls, including his own sisters when he was only 14 years old, his parents Jim Bob and Michelle "disciplined" him by sending him to a Christian work camp for several months.

Is Michael Jackson still alive?

Thu, 27 Aug 2015 06:26:02 AEST

One of my favourite videos of all time is a conversation with a little boy in Malaysia professing his love for a girl at his school.

Iraqi authorities document Christian persecution for the first time

Thu, 27 Aug 2015 05:47:12 AEST

Christian persecution in Iraq is being officially documented for the first time under orders of the country's government.

Are those pesky end of year exams the be-all and end-all of education analysis

Thu, 27 Aug 2015 05:32:58 AEST

Once again I've been pondering the examinations system in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, where he and his children have completed their schooling.


Thu, 27 Aug 2015 05:31:13 AEST

Every writer dreams of creating a character that will capture their reader's imagination, and endure.

Why we're scared to be successful

Thu, 27 Aug 2015 05:28:26 AEST

Have you ever dreamed of achieving something and failed to follow through?

Editing guru Sophia Sinclair interviewed for the Australian Missionary News IPTV

Thu, 27 Aug 2015 05:16:52 AEST

Sophia Sinclair the Press Service International 'Basil Sellers' 2015 New Zealand winner interview by the Australian Missionary News IPTV with anchorman Jeremy Dover is now released on its YouTube channel.

Australasian Religious Press Association annual get together 28-30 August in Brisbane

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:44:26 AEST

The Australasian Religious Press Association (ARPA) has its annual conference of print publications and print journalists Friday and Saturday in Brisbane with a number of fascinating seminars scheduled.

Best trail runs

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:19:42 AEST

Where are Australia's best trail runs? Whether you are out for a short hike, a recreational jog or hard training run, here are some of my favourite places.

'I will build a great, great wall'—Donald Trump

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:17:38 AEST

I have often looked to politicians to fulfil my desire for a light-hearted chuckle.


Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:04:01 AEST

Our countrymen have lost their way, their true north, and their moral sanity.

Billy Graham's grandson Tullian Tchividjian files for divorce from wife Kim

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 05:35:21 AEST

Weeks after he admitted having cheated on his wife, Billy Graham's grandson Tullian Tchividjian lost his position at the Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

A Christian reflection on the dead

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 05:22:16 AEST

Some time ago now I wrote how I had the pleasure of walking in the Royal National Park, south of Sydney recently, wherein, amongst the magnificent scenery I happened upon an antechinus.

Pope Francis' call for 'peace and reconciliation' is bearing fruit in Korea

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 05:17:08 AEST

North and South Korea have agreed a peace deal, one year after the Pope held a Mass for Peace and Reconciliation in Seoul.

8th video shows biotech firm's CEO joking about packages containing intact foetuses

Wed, 26 Aug 2015 05:12:56 AEST

Another disturbing sting video released over the weekend showed a top official of biotech company StemExpress laughing and joking about fully intact fetuses.




'Elpis School' Changing Lives of Burmese Migrants


Parents worldwide want their children to have a good education and a better future. But in some nations, it's hard enough just to stay alive.

Kevin Sorbo Uses Faith to Make 'World Fit for Kids'


Kevin Sorbo launched his popular acting career playing a perfectly sculpted strongman, Hercules. Quietly, the actor has also been using his acting platform and his faith to touch the lives of thousands of children.

'Reach' School Restoring Lives in Paraguay


In the arid region of western Paraguay, tribes in the Chaco eke out a living raising livestock and cultivating small crops.

Sudanese Pastors Facing Possible Death Set Free


Two pastors who had been facing a possible death sentence in Sudan have been released from prison.

Boko Haram Slits Throats of 16 Christian Fishermen


The Islamic State-affiliated militant group Boko Haram killed 16 Christian fishermen last Monday on Lake Chad in Nigeria's Borno state.

Modern-Day Schindler Rescuing ISIS Sex Slaves


The Islamic State has kidnapped thousands of Yazidi and Christian girls and sold them as sex slaves for Islamic militants. Now one Jewish man from Canada is on a mission to rescue as many girls as he can.

ISIS Destroys 1,500 Year Old Monastery


The Islamic State has destroyed more ancient Christian sites -- this time, a 1,500-year-old Catholic monastery near Homs, Syria.

Jesus Out to Redeem in Movie 'Hearts of Men'


The forthcoming film "Hearts of Men" is a powerful project that explores the roots of sexual brokenness.

China Crackdown: 'Why Won't They Let Us Believe?'


The big crackdown against Christians and their churches in China may be getting worse. Government workers are forcibly removing more and more crosses from church buildings.

Secret Worship: N. Korea Defector Tells of Survival


Some North Koreans have escaped from the Communist country and its human rights violations. Kim Eun Jin is one of those survivors.

US Welcomes Iraqi Christian Refugees, with Jail Time


Some Iraqi Christians fleeing the Islamic State sought safety and freedom in America. But instead of being welcomed in as religious refugees, they were arrested and sent to a San Diego prison.

No Suspects Yet in New Mexico Church Bombings


Officials have no suspects or motive yet in the bombing of two churches in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Sunday.

Boy's 'Sparrow' Video Still Inspires Singing Careers


More than a million people have paused to view a 20-year-old video of a young Bryan Andrew Wilson belting out the tune, "His Eye Is On The Sparrow."

US Bible Museum Partners with Israeli Archaeologists


It's hard to tell who's more excited about the new joint venture between the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., and the Israel Antiquities Authority.

Iraqi Christian Radio Reaches Millions Amid ISIS Threat


Iraq is considered one of the most dangerous countries in the world for Christians.

Sudan Violence Part of Decades-Long Ethnic Cleansing


In Sudan, the Islamist government continues its attacks against Christians and Black Africans in the Nuba mountains. The violence is part of President Omar al-Bashir's decades long pursuit of ethnic and religious cleansing.

Syrian Church Growing Despite Islamic State Menace


Hundreds of Christians are feared captured by ISIS in central Syria after more than 200 Christians went missing when fighting broke out near their villages.

Friends, Family Remember Danny Lotz as 'God's Gladiator'


Danny Milton Lotz, the husband of Anne Graham Lotz, has passed away. The son-in-law of evangelist Billy Graham is remembered by his wife as "God's Gladiator."

Hundreds of Thousands Displaced by Myanmar Flood


CBN humanitarian relief teams have responded to the Myanmar government’s request to help an estimated 200,000 victims displaced by massive flooding and landslides.

US Missionary Arrested for Smuggling N. Koreans


An American missionary has been arrested in Thailand for smuggling North Koreans into the country.

Global Students: Turning Foreigners into Friends


An alumnus of Virginia's Old Dominion University is using his personal experience and kindness to help international students.

Pastor: Boko Haram Killed 70 Percent of My Church


A Nigerian pastor says Boko Haram terrorists have killed 8,000 members of his church.

Attack on Biblical Patriarch's Tomb Thwarted


A joint operation by the Shin Bet and the IDF netted a small but potentially lethal terror cell planning to attack Jewish worshippers at Joseph's Tomb in Nablus (biblical Shechem).

Dreams and Visions: Revival Hits Muslim N. Africa


A Christian revival is touching the northernmost parts of Africa. In a region once hostile to the Gospel, tens of thousands of Muslims are following Jesus.

Oldest Bible Text since Dead Sea Scrolls Unveiled


A 1,500-year-old fragment of a Torah scroll unearthed decades ago in Ein Gedi has at long last been deciphered, thanks to state-of-the-art digital imaging technology.