About Fr. Chris Findley

Chris is an Anglican Priest, author and speaker. His passion is for authentic discussions on faith and life and how we can live into our full potential as disciples of Jesus. He is known for a quick wit, straightforward talk and his love of great rock music.

The 4:8 Revolution Podcast

COMING SOON! An honest, no holds barred discussion of living faithfully in the daily grind.

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Becoming a Champion for Your Church, Part II

Love Your Church “So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints, and are of God’s household, having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus Himself being the corner stone.” (Ephesians 2:19) The local church has been referred to as a “family […]

Becoming a Champion for Your Church, Part I

  When I was in the Army, there were two crucial lessons that were drilled into our heads as they tried to form us young college students into future officers.  One was the essential idea of teamwork.  The second was the essential action of ownership.   Without a team, the mission is next to impossible […]

Zacchaeus: Encountering Grace

Philip Yancey tells the story of a British conference on comparative religions that occurred in the middle of the last century.  Experts from around the world gathered to debate what, if any, belief was unique to the Christian faith. They worked through a pretty comprehensive list. Incarnation? Other religions had accounts of gods’ appearing in […]

Learning from the Lepers

Lost in London Two Australian sailors came ashore in a boat in London. They decided to have a drink at a local pub and they found one, but it was a little distance from the dock.  While they were drinking and getting drunk, the unpredictable London weather struck. Fog descended, making it difficult for them […]

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My hope is to put out content that challenges and inspires you to dive deeply into your faith. Let’s continue the conversation.