The Unsearchable Riches of Christ

My close friend and co-worker Jon Zens just released the 40th anniversary edition of his amazing little periodical, Searching Together.

The new issue is tremendous. Here’s a vintage photo.

Jon Zens

Listen, if you subscribe to this blog, you’d be wise to subscribe to this magazine. It’s only $10 a year for a subscription, and it will be mailed to your house whenever a new edition is released.

This is by far the best Christian magazine/periodical available today. Hands down, walking out. (I say that based on the fact that I’ve subscribed to virtually every major Christian publication at one time or another.)

Click here to subscribe to Jon Zens’ Searching Together. You won’t regret it.

That said, we’ve just released a new episode on the “Christ is All” podcast.

It’s a conference message I delivered in 2005 in Ohio called “The Unsearchable Riches of Christ.”

Remember, if you’ve benefited from the podcast, share the love so your friends can benefit.

Listen to the episode in the following ways:



Podbean (Stream)

PODCAST ARCHIVES – click here to see the complete list of episodes on one page.






  1. Emma says

    Hi Frank,

    I agree wholeheartedly that the riches of Christ aren’t intended to be “mined” as individuals. But what are your thoughts about Christ’s sufficiency when there is no body of like-minded believers to partake of Him with – as far as both physical and spiritual needs? Do you think He provides “less” in such a case, when the intention is clearly a corporate provision?



    • says

      Always richer with other believers. Even if it’s just a one or two. Even if you have to travel to be together. I’m not talking about attending a service. I’m speaking of fellowship and seeking the Lord together. Always richer when it’s not just you alone.

  2. says

    I have received a few issues of Searching Together, and agree, it is very well done. I have gained a lot from what I have read in them.

    As far as the new episode of the podcast, it downloaded to my iPod this morning, and I listened to it on the way to work. Good stuff! P.S. You sound like a young-in in it. 😉

    • says

      Thx. Greg. Yes, for quality, depth, spiritual content that’s not fluff, and unique perspectives on various issues, Searching Together trumps everything else. If people are looking for high quality spiritual food, it’s without peer. In short, if people like my blog and books, they’ll like ST.

      Glad you heard the talk. Feel free to share it with friends. So many Christians haven’t found the podcast yet.

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