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Open Air Preaching from Home

I am sure you’ve heard of “working from home.” But have you heard of open air preaching from home? I want to share what I think was a singularly unique experience to me. Maybe you’ll think so, too! My 3 year old son Wesley had just gone outside into the backyard. My teenagers were on […]

Preaching to the Choir?

Dear reader, the question this article proposes to answer is, “Why would I go to a Christian worship event to preach?” Do I just want to start trouble? Is this literally a form of preaching to the choir? Do I believe only that only I and 14 other Calvinists on the internet are the “true […]

Watch Your Mouth!

Michelle Lesley has graciously let me post at her blog again. I hope you’ll read it and comment. Here is the post: Mackerels, Schmoley, and the Spirit of God

2017 Arnold Report – 1

The Arnold Classic is an annual athletic event held in Columbus, OH which attracts a large number of people from all over the world. For several years in a row we have gone to the central location for the event and preached Christ crucified, handed out tracts and engaged people in conversations. Here is a […]

Google & International Women’s Day

If you visit Google.com today (go ahead and click the link to open a new tab), you will see that for today’s doodle they have a nice representation of women who have done wonderfully heroic and academic things from all cultures. This is in celebration of International (Working) Women’s Day which is March 8. A few quick […]

Responding Like a Pharisee

Last month I received a card in the mail from Legacy Church here on the east side of Columbus, OH. I posted a couple tweets with screen shots as you can see below.       I received one particular reply which I wanted to respond to in a blog post.         I […]

Church Attendance ’16

In 2016 I decided to keep track of my church attendance. I have been impressed by sermons and posts online about the importance of local church membership and attendance. I hope that this does not become some type of legalistic standard for any to follow. My intention was to measure my church attendance in 2016. […]