April 1, 2014

World History's Two Greatest Events - Column

The Gutenberg Printing Press was invented around 1440 having a huge impact on learning, communications and much more worldwide.  The United States Constitution was adopted September 17, 1787, establishing a new form of government the world had never witnessed before.  These are two significant events in world history, but are they the greatest?  Here are my top two:  1) The incarnation of Jesus of Nazareth.  2) The resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.  Let me explain . . . Read more

April 1, 2014

World History's Two Greatest Events - Podcast

What is your pick for the most significant events in world history?  The invention of paper?  The Renaissance?  World War one and two?  Today, Clint Decker looks at two events from over 1,900 years ago that literally changed the path the world was heading on overnight . . . Read more

February 11, 2014

Wrath of God - TV

Who is God to you?  Most will speak of God’s love, peace, hope or perhaps say He doesn’t exist.  Rarely will people speak of His anger, judgment or wrath. Today’s program features Clint Decker explaining the wrath of God while understanding it is an important, but often misunderstood quality of who God is . . .  Read more

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April 2, 201417 days ago

World History's Two Greatest Events

The Gutenberg Printing Press was invented around 1440 having a huge impact on learning, communications and much more worldwide. The United States Constitution was adopted September 17, 1787, establishing a new form of government the world had never witnessed before. These are two significant events in world history, but are they the greatest? Here are my top two: 1) The incarnation of Jesus of Nazareth. 2) The resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Let me explain . . . Read more
March 11, 20141 month ago

Wrath of God - TV/Internet Broadcast

We have released the 19th episode for the Hope for Today TV/Internet broadcast.  The program is titled – Wrath of God.

Here is the episode description from YouTube . . .

Who is God to you?  Most will speak of God’s love, peace, hope or perhaps say He doesn’t exist.  Rarely will people speak of His anger, judgment or wrath. Today’s program features Clint Decker explaining the wrath of God while understanding it is an important, but often misunderstood quality of who God is. 

Watch Part 1 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqRLxuvJbHo

March 4, 20141 month ago

Remembering St. Patrick - Column/Podcast

If you are like me St. Patrick’s Day might be about watching a parade, wearing green or for some, having a few drinks at the pub. It is part of human nature to forget all-together or do a little historic revisionism as time passes for significant events. You know, every year the fish story becomes more amazing. This is the case with St. Patrick’s Day. It was meant to honor Patrick and the incredible legacy he left, not just to celebrate Irish heritage . . . Read more
February 11, 20142 months ago

Mystery of Love - TV/Internet Broadcast

We have released the 18th episode for the Hope for Today TV/Internet broadcast.  The program is titled – Mystery of Love.

Here is the episode description from YouTube . . .

We are born to love – every man and woman. We discover it through family, friends and romantic interests. Seeking this love is instinctive. It’s how we were made. We experience its thrills and heartaches and is often confusing. Today’s program features Clint Decker untangling the mystery of love that everyone might discover real and lasting love.

Watch Part 1 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwOLtbb4jwc

 

 

February 4, 20142 months ago

Path to Eternal Citizenship - Column/Podcast

My last name has German roots and I have been told in Germany “Decker” is common as Miller or Smith in the United States. And my mother’s maiden name is Broman, which has roots in Finland and Switzerland. I believe my family immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island sometime in the early 1900’s. Immigration statistics began in 1820, in that year 8,385 people started a new life in America. Then in 2012, 192 years later, 1,031,631 people were granted permanent residence in the U.S. . . . Read more
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