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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 […]

How to Witness to a Homosexual – Part 2

Several months back, I posted a teaching and we have seen a wonderful response to the teaching and also a need for a followup. Here it is:

Evangelists without a Cause

Sunday night, my pastor continued his verse by verse exposition of Matthew. Coming upon Matthew 9, we arrived at a particularly interesting verse: (Matthew 9:30-31 ESV) 30 And their eyes were opened. And Jesus sternly warned them, “See that no one knows about it.” 31 But they went away and spread his fame through all that district. […]

Who Really Took the Lives of the Newtown Victims?

It is with a heavy heart that I write this blog post. As expected, bloggers everywhere have capitalized on the recent shooting; varieties of Tweets/Posts/Articles/Videos and whatever else have been authored, many in an attempt to provide insight or healing; some to call the nation to awareness and others, simply to try to generate ratings […]

You Want Better Relationships? Try This…

Have you ever heard someone described as a person who is “just looking for a reason?” Or a person who is “looking for a fight?” It seems a common occurrence that folks are basically “ready for battle.” Often, the people who encounter these types do very little to set them off. Some people are just […]

Would you support Chic-Fil-A if…

If we Christians spent as much time working on our marriages as we do fussing about #Chicfila, people might actually listen to us. — Rob Tucker (@FriarTuckerx6) August 2, 2012 Twitter has been flooded with hundreds, probably thousands of tweets, including the #chicfila hashtag. It is all the rage right now for people to throw […]

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 […]