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A Beleaguered Believer is Beached

Jonah cried out to God from the belly of the great fish. Then, God grants Jonah a change of heart whereby he agrees to obey. Another brilliant OT text full of application for today. Here is the sermon I preached Sunday, May 15 at the evening service at Bethel Baptist Church of Pataskala. Make sure […]

On Praying ‘Hard’

I can no more adequately explain to you the difference between the way an apple tastes and the way a pear tastes than I can explain the difference between ‘praying hard’ and ‘just praying’; but I know which one I’m experiencing when I taste of it.

Ministry of Encouragement

How well do you have to know someone before you can speak truth into their life? I had a phone call today with a testimony I wanted to share with you that helps answer that question. But first, some background information is required. Click here to continue reading the original post.

My First Sunday Morning Sermon

On March the 6th, 2016, I was honored to preach my first ever Sunday morning sermon at First Baptist Church of New Albany in Ohio. To skip my comments and just listen to the sermon see below. A few notable moments. Upon arrival I found out they were happy to allow me to lead the […]

Sunday Sermon Time

I want to invite anyone who is able to come to First Baptist Church of New Albany  6484 New Albany Condit Rd, New Albany, OH 43054 this Sunday. I will be preaching the Sunday sermon. The service starts at 10:45am. Mike Stockwell will be teaching the Sunday School class at 9:30am. I understand that most […]

Interview On Pillar of Truth

The good folks at the Pillar of Truth interviewed me about my work evangelizing and leading evangelism events. In 2015 I was interviewed on the Pillar of Truth podcast: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 As you can imagine, I wasn’t any less wordy with them than usual, so they had to cut the interview […]

Would Christ Call Someone Unchristlike?

I have a general sense that wherever possible we try to use Biblical terminology. This means we say words that people often find offensive. For example, we, as Christians, should not be afraid to call transgression of God’s law “sin,” rather than “a mistake” or “missing the best.” I think an area where this can […]