Monthly Archives: July 2016

Election Day Idea

I’ve toyed with this idea before and wrote about it briefly on social media, but never really got much feedback about it.  My idea has to do with evangelism on Election Day.  In terms of this election, I’m one of … Continue reading

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Grace for Southeastern Ohio

Driving the stretch of Route 50 and crossing the Ohio River at the Blennerhassett Island Bridge thus begins our familiar journey into the region of Southeastern Ohio.  This part of the Buckeye State represents the outer part of Appalachia with … Continue reading

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Statism, BLM, and Unity

In the aftermath of yesterday’s shooting in Dallas, many Americans think the storm is raging in our nation right now.  I disagree.  As others have opined, we will likely look back upon 2016 as the calm before the storm.  Things … Continue reading

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