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He’s Still Redeeming the Lost

In July 2012, I went to lunch with a co-worker named Matt Smith. Since there are 3 Matt Smiths where I work, he is commonly referred to as MS2. The conversation was intentionally spiritual. It got very uncomfortable at times as he explained to me a complete mental understanding of the gospel, even rather deep […]

Hot Dogs, Preaching & Football – A Winning Combo!

One of the greatest benefits of being a part of different outreaches and evangelistic communities is the opportunity to meet really great brothers and sisters. So when I saw the Buffalo Bills were traveling to Cleveland for a TNF (Thursday Night Football) game on the NFL Network, I immediately thought of my brother Jon Speed, […]

From the Hospital to the Battlefield.

“Quick, grab all the patients from the hospital and get them out of here. We have a war to fight!” How would you react to a statement such as this if you were an attending nurse or doctor? Or what would you think if you were a member of the staff who knew the sickness […]

Buffalo Bulls @ OSU Evangelism Report

On the morning of August 31, 2013, Fred Triplett and I ventured to Ohio State to witness for Jesus Christ to the crowds prior to the Buckeyes opener. Our trip was excellent. I brought my speaker and stand. I probably preached for about 2 hours of the time. I did attempt a recording and the […]

He’s In a Better Place

Some of you may have heard of my old friend, Gregg Kerr, who died a couple of weeks ago. Yesterday, I was privileged to visit with his family before the funeral. I was so happy to see how many people came in attendance. Although I wondered, if the same number of people had expressed more […]

Lost a Friend

After only a few minutes back on Facebook, I caused my wife to lose a friend today! But this wasn’t my usual hijacking shenanigans. She asked me to read a post which had bothered her and read some comments. Check out this thread and tell me what you think? How many problems can you spot? […]

The AHA and the Vineyard, Columbus

Does the Abolish Human Abortion organization support the human sex trafficking industry? Using the normal logic they employ, they just may. Bear with me as I flesh this out. Firstly, I do not believe AHA promotes sexual trafficking or child rape and prostitution. So don’t take statements from this post out of context. The Premise […]