For the purpose of this ministry and its releases, it will be helpful for you to understand its abbreviated, intended definitions of the following words/phrases:


All references to God are based on our acknowledgement that He is Who He says He is in the Bible, which includes His divine attributes.  This includes His unfathomable “oneness” as God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit (Genesis 1:26, Mark 1:9-12, and others).

The Bible, or Scripture

All references to the Bible or “scriptures” refer to God’s Word, comprised of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible.  It is His word, supernaturally breathed into the hearts and writings of men, given to perfectly communicate everything needed to know for our walk in this world about Himself, the human condition, and His jaw-dropping plan of freedom and intimacy that anyone can have with Him, now and through eternity.  It is absolute truth, unchangeable, and relevant to every culture, time, and need (2 Timothy 3:16-17).


Within the context of this ministry and its writings, these terms refer to anyone who has been rescued from the penalty of his or her sin through a Biblical belief in Jesus Christ, the only Son of God (John 3:16, John 5:24).  This short definition only begins to scratch the surface of what a Christian really is and what he or she has been blessed with by God (whether or not yet fully aware of it).  We will unpack more treasures on this wonder as we go along, but here’s a big hint in the meantime:  Biblical Christianity is not about religion, but about an individual having a personal, glorious relationship with his/her Creator-God.  It’s amazing and indescribable, which is one reason the Bible states: “Oh taste and see that the Lord is good…” (Psalms 34:8a).  It’s one thing to read a description about a mouthwatering meal; quite another when we actually take a seat at the table and taste it!