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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 […]

The Way and Pharisees Together?

Let me begin by saying that I love Catholics. I love more Catholics than a lot of people may due to my own life of Catholicism. I do not personally condemn any Catholics; that isn’t in my power. All I can do is assume that all men who die apart from Christ will perish and […]

Humility is Not Just a Word

Humility is not just a word; in a sense it is an action. None of us will likely “attain” in this life, but I offer this photo I took recently at a church. It is one of my first attempts at “photoshopping.” How’d I do? By the way, the parking spaces already had the labels […]

And I’ll Throw a Hearty Amen on That!

I personally own a document that says Jesus had a wife. A bride. Called the Church. Not always the best wife, but He’s committed to her. — Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) September 20, 2012 Amen!

Compassion for the Lost

This is Michael Coughlin’s presentation at the first ever Psalm 117 Mini Conference held at Berean Baptist Church in Pickerington, OH. This conference was a preparation time of fellowship, teaching, prayer and strategy for our first leg of The Biggest Project. Our task: To distribute 2,500 The Biggest Question DVD’s at the Susan G. Komen […]

The relentless pursuit of lent…

It is that time of year again. I think it begins 40 days before the holiday called Easter. Within a few facebook conversations, the topic has arisen. Here are my thoughts on Lent. 1. Lent as a Catholic religious observance is as useless and sinful as all other Catholic or false religious rites. This is […]