Radio Chatter - The Blog

  • How Should Christians Respond in Times of Crisis?

    Now is not the time to run and hide.
  • The Great & Awesome Day

    How does Malachi's description of "The Great and Awesome Day" impact how you do your job? For me it completely revolutionized my perspective on why God called me into police work.
  • Who do you say that I am?

    When Jesus asked His disciples "But who do you say that I am? Peter knew that Jesus's identity didn't lie in the fact that he was a carpenter or a great teacher. Jesus was so much more, he was the Messiah, the Chosen King. But What about you? Do you define yourself by what you do or what you have accomplished? If you do, you are missing what Peter saw, something so much more.
  • Pride, Prayer, and Cardio

    We pray for our food, when we attend church, and throughout our day; but when was the last time you prayed while you were slaying yourself during a workout?
  • Playing Favorites

    Favoritism is apart of daily life. We naturally find ourselves drawn to certain people. While this can be a good thing, it can also be dangerous and corrosive if left unchecked.
  • No one is coming. It's up to us.

    When we fight, we aren’t alone; our God goes before us into battle. The outcome is already known. Our safety isn't even in our hands. So no one else maybe be coming, but it's not just up to us. 
  • No Compromise

    The enemy is waiting and will not rest. Stand firm, be ready, and above all, no compromise.
  • Unspoken Courage

    When was the last time you or someone else described Jesus as courageous? It's an attribute that we generally don't credit him for, it's time we start.
  • Embrace Your Persecution

    You've heard of "Embrace the Suck" but what about embracing your persecution?
  • The Heart & The Fist

    If you truly love something, you must be willing to protect it.
  • Breacher Up

    How is the “enemy” going to breach the door to your mind, heart, body and soul? Don’t let them!!! Wake up! Call on the mightiest breacher, pointman, rear guard and operator ever. Trust in him and take the fight to the enemy.