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As an Air Force veteran, a former police officer, and after 18 years on a professional race team at Hendrick Motorsports, I felt the call to full-time ministry as a Chaplain in Motorsports.

I noticed the need for people to know the true "black and white" of a biblical worldview. My desire is to help Christians really live like Christians!

Donnie Floyd
Gulf War Veteran, Former Police Officer, Hendrick Motorsports Chaplain †

What this means is that those who become Christians become new persons. They are not the same anymore, for the old life is gone. A new life has begun! 

Paul speaking about the personal revolution of becoming a Christian, 2 Corinthians 5:17 NLT

Christianity: that topic that is so hard to talk about. The message is simple; God created man, man disobeyed God and brought sin into the world. God hates sin. Man's sin brings death, for God refuses to be in the presence of sin. Yet, God loves His people so much that He made a way to take away the sin of all people. God came to us as Jesus and sacrificed Himself by dying on the cross. By dying a sacrificial death, He took our sin upon Himself. Jesus became our sin. After three days, Jesus rose from the dead to conquer death. All people are forgiven of their sins by repenting and believing in faith that Jesus Christ is Who He says He is and by submitting to His will. That belief gives us eternal life in a place called Heaven. Unfortunately, as simple as that sounds, people have chosen to confuse this truth.


The most important thing in the Bible for us to understand is our sinfulness and how that separates us from God and His forgiveness. Part of being a Christian is understanding that we have to surrender our sinfulness and brokenness to God through Jesus Christ. Unfortunately, people put themselves in a position where they believe the story but still continue to live in sinfulness and brokenness. The question we must ask ourselves is: Am I really a Christian? Do I really understand my position before God? Do I understand the grace and love that Jesus Christ brought to me? Do I understand that being a Christian means loving God and loving others because Christ commands us to? This is not about being perfect or following a bunch of do's and dont's. It is about a relationship outside of ourselves. It's about understanding our position before God and how He has chosen to transform us. It's a relationship with God Himself. So with that, I ask that you click around the site, play the music player, read and learn about the Bible, and maybe a little about myself. The music will compliment the message. 


It is my hope that today you think about your salvation or ask yourself "Do I know I need a Savior?" Today can be your day of salvation. Thanks for visiting and God bless!

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a site that speaks TRUTH and seeks to speak life through a Biblical worldview.