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Open Air Sermon and Outreach

We had an excellent night of fellowship and outreach to downtown Columbus last night after a really great day at a conference by Oikos Community Church where Emeal Zwayne was the keynote speaker. Christopher Ledezma, Joe Conkle, Christian Duarte, Paul Martina and I traveled up and down High Street in the Short North and distributed […]

Is God Pleased Fred Phelps is Dead?

By now, anyone reading this post has likely heard of the passing of Fred Phelps. If you weren’t familiar with the name, he is most known for being the leader of Westboro Baptist Church (WBC). Let me give you an example to help you see just how irrational and aberrant WBC is. My brother-in-law, (with […]

Continued Conversation with a HyperCalvinist?

If you did not read this post then the post you are currently reading may not make sense. A couple weeks ago, I received an email from someone concerned about the gospel I proclaim and how I declare it. Herein is the next installment. My words are marked by the offset. Mike, I appreciate your […]

Outreach Report from the Ahhhnold

The gospel was proclaimed loudly and often at the Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic in Columbus, OH on March 1, 2014. Here are some highlights: We arrived later than hoped, about 11:40am. An interesting twist occurred when another man began preaching with a megaphone just 25 feet from where I set up to preach. I spoke to […]

Real Friendship Includes the Gospel

Real friendship includes the gospel of Jesus Christ. Many will disagree with me for this nit-picky point, but it is a point to be made, however tangential to the primary argument it is. I discovered an article via Twitter this week. Overall, the article made good points. Mostly the same rational points made by every […]

From the Mail Bag

Today, I received the following email. I offer the original content and my response (minus the person’s name). What do you think? Would you have handled it differently? Howdy, I got your email about evangelizing at the Arnold Classic. I’m just curious. Do you distinguish between Calvinistic doctrine and Arminian doctrine, or do you just […]

Prayer, God’s Sovereignty & Praying in the Name of Jesus

Listen to the conclusion of the teaching on witchcraft in regard to “the prayer of Jabez.” Some questions to consider when reviewing the disciple’s prayer: 1. Is it okay to repeat yourself in your prayers? 2. Is it okay to pray in public? Can we pray with others? 3. Why pray if God is sovereign? […]