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OSU vs Indiana Outreach Report

Greetings! On Saturday, November 22, 2014, Fred Triplett and I rode down to Ohio Stadium together to meet newly ordained apostle evangelist, Joe Conkle. Joe brought 3 men with him who were all eager to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. Kelly, Johan and David. Here's the gang from the Ohio State vs Indiana game […]

The Eyes of God

When the Bible says “God saw” or refers to “God’s eyes” what do you think that means? Is God like we are. I had an opportunity for a short devotion this Sunday at my church and decide to look into the “Eyes of God.” Notably, I posted about Habakkuk 1:13 years ago here. That is […]

Use Dropbox to Protect and Share Your Files and Access Anywhere

A neighbor brought to me a common problem the other day. Another neighbor of ours was working on a document for school, is convinced she saved it numerous times – yet now she cannot find it. There could be a few reasons this happens. One possible reason is that she never really saved her changes. […]

Enmity with God as Cognitive Dissonance

“In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the excessive mental stress and discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time. — From Wikipedia Let me summarize. As images of the perfectly rational Creator, humans strive for internal consistency. When we simultaneously hold contradictory beliefs or our […]

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 […]