Passion for Christ Ministries exists in order that the body of Christ (the church) might boldly proclaim the gospel of the kingdom (Matthew 24:14), be edified and equipped for service (Ephesians 4:11-14), compassionately serve the poor and oppressed (James 1:26-27), and send church planters that make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:18-20). We strive to authentically embrace the relationship between holistic, transformational worship and missional life in the kingdom of God as followers and worshippers of the King (Jesus Christ). At least 50% of proceeds are redistributed towards our partnering ministries for kingdom purposes.
My son, Jonah, is 9 years old and extremely creative and inventive. He loves music with a beat. He loves rap, techno, and groove. His two favorite rappers are Lecrae and Toby Mac. He also wants to be the first … Continue reading →
In this day and age in which church planting movements are commonplace across the landscape of America, the formula for an “effective” church plant often involves identifying a charismatic, extroverted, educated (theological), magnetic, young, passionate, visionary, dynamic, eloquent man who … Continue reading →
I appreciate this video from one of my favorite restaurants: Chipotle. It emphasizes the importance of developing a sustainable food system. It’s one of the reasons that we will choose Chipotle as a family, not to mention their emphasis on local organic produce. Quite simply: better choices = better stewardship…
Six years ago, I was going through an especially painful season of life when I happened across the song Blessed Be Your Name by Matt Redman. The words of the chorus are taken from Job 1:21 and deeply ministered to my heart, especially in view of all that Job endured. I wrote Matt an email expressing how much the song impacted me and his daughter wrote me back expressing thanks for the kind words. At the time, I had no inkling of the pain and difficulty ahead for our family over the next six years. Because of this, the song is even more rich and profound today. My wife recently found this video, which we think beautifully expresses the essence of the Scripture and song.