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Caution, Young Street Preacher

Today I noticed a new article on CARM by my dear brother, Tony Miano, titled Slow Down Young Man. I strongly encourage you to read this article if you are a pastor or church leader, a street preacher, or even consider yourself ‘just’ a one on one evangelist (nothing wrong with that). Tony Miano combines […]

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. […]

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!

Miami (OH) @ The Ohio State University & Why I’m Rooting for Michigan

September 1, 2012. The Redhawks of Miami University (not “The U”) are visiting Columbus to face off against Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes. The Tressel era is over. Memories of Appalachian State vs. That Team Up North swirl in my head. Hopefully, we’ll be ready to play. But I had a different mission today than to watch […]

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 […]

Vest for Life Poker Run

Jaime Padron joined the United States Marine Corp the summer he graduated high school in 1989. While in the Marine Corp, he received numerous recognitions, commendations and medals for serving his country honorably. He was a Veteran of Desert Storm and a very proud Marine. He graduated from San Angelo Police academy in 1995 and bravely served the City of San Angelo for over 13 years as a patrol officer and also served as a member of the gang unit and a narcotics investigator. Jaime received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a supporting degree in Criminal Justice, graduating with honors from Angelo State University in 2004 all while working a full time job and raising a family. He was a compassionate and caring man, who loved spending quality time with his family and his every devotion in life was for his daughters.

According to his obituary, he had a passion for Harley Davidson motorcycles and loved riding often and collecting memorabilia.

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 […]