Category Archives: evangelism

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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Reflections on Orlando

    When horrific events like mass shootings and other terrorist attacks happen, I think one should wait before making any public comments–especially any kind of extended commentary.  In the immediate wake of these evil acts, emotions run high and … Continue reading

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A Prayer for the City of Paris and the French Nation

Our Father in Heaven, Your holiness exceeds that of anything we know here on earth. Daily we are bathed in your grace, being recipients in so many ways of your goodness, kindness, and mercy. We take our next breath only … Continue reading

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Updates – 2/8/14

There are a few updates I wanted to make on here concerning Reformed Baptist activities here in Virginia.  I think 2014 is going to be a very active year and I’m looking forward to what God has in store for … Continue reading

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Babies Are Murdered Here

This evening we watched the newly released documentary film, “Babies Are Murdered Here.”  It was powerful.  It was convicting.  It’s absolutely what the American church needs to see and hear.  Those Christians who are vocal about being pro-life will be … Continue reading

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A Biblical Response to Tuesday’s Election

As the old expression goes, I’m neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet.  Yet the election results we saw on Tuesday from Virginia are pretty much what I predicted would happen.  This isn’t because I have some higher-than-average … Continue reading

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