But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

Tuesday, 11 June 2019 12:01


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I have been reluctant to write on this subject because it is a difficult one to approach. The continual sin in a Christian seems odd and a highly contested issue. There are even people who claim to never have sinned after they became Christian. So, instead of listening to what people say, we should...

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Saturday, 01 June 2019 09:12


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Patience is a virtue as they say. The definition for virtue is “behavior showing high moral standards” and some synonyms for virtue are goodness, righteousness, and uprightness. Even those non Christians recognize the goodness and importance of patience. You see, good things are...

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Saturday, 18 May 2019 03:46

May 18th, 2019

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When I became a Christian I knew my life wasn’t guaranteed to be easy. I knew that, Jesus said to pick up my cross and follow him (Matthew 16:24). Not to long after I became a follower of Christ, the real estate...

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Wednesday, 08 May 2019 10:47


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The fear we think of as Christians should be this kind of fear. We should always remember who it is we call Father, the God of all creation who spoke everything into existence. The one to whom the mountains bow down, is the one we call Lord.Before I was saved I imagined Him as this...

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Several “Jesus” and “prayer” events have been heavily advertised across the country for the last few months. These events, such as, The Response: USA, The Response: Cleveland, and The Gathering, have been appearing all over Facebook ads, Christian radio, and church bulletins. One event, the Azusa Street Revival, has already
Friday, 01 July 2016 01:00

Be Humble and Evangelize

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Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were making an appeal through us; we beg you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God.​2 Corinthians 5:20 (NASB)
​A good friend of mine asked me a “simple” question: what do I like best about street preaching and evangelism. I have to admit I had a really hard time
After months of procrastination, I finally committed to go downtown (Cleveland, OH) to witness with Jonathan Eckel and some of his regulars one night. Upon arriving, I was given a stack of tracts and was asked to simply hand them out and try to engage people. Hey, I thought, I've listened to enough of Wretched Radio's Witness Wednesdays. I could
Sunday, 15 May 2016 19:01

Kentucky Derby Outreach 2016

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​Last weekend I had the opportunity to attend the Kentucky Derby Outreach through Sports Fan Outreach International (SFOI), and it was an amazing experience. The outreach team consisted of a group of 25 people from various different states and all with their own unique testimonies. All of us were united for one goal, to glorify and proclaim
Sunday, 01 May 2016 01:30

Top 10 Featured

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This list should look familiar to you - it is the top 10 New Years’ resolutions most commonly made in America. I'm not sure what yours were, but, if you notice, there aren't any resolutions here involving faith or religion. Most people (63%) who make New Years’ resolutions break them within a month. Does this list match up with yours?&#
Friday, 15 April 2016 01:00

A Blog Response

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In this blog post, I will be addressing an email response to my last blog post, “Battle of the Worldviews,” which was posted on February 15, 2016.  Remember Ministries will be posting the unedited email response from “Jesse” with this post to show authenticity, and, in addition, I will be using the entire email with my
Saturday, 19 March 2016 12:57

Many ways to heaven you say?

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​In this blog post, we will be dealing with heavy theory and working in a theological playground. You may first be asking, "Where in the world is he going with this?"        Many people say that there are a number of ways into Heaven - different religions, multiple “saviors”, several
Over the second half of last year I was spending a lot of time doing saturation reading where I would pick a book from God's Word and read it over as many times as I could over a few weeks sometimes a month. Typically once a day, sometimes twice. During this time many things stood out to me but one became so very clear to me as I read
Monday, 15 February 2016 14:29

Battle of the Worldviews

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Whether you are a born-again Christian or not, I have a question for you:  “How many religious worldviews are there in this world? “  This question is vital when we are witnessing. For most people, including many professing Christians, this will sound like a hard question. The number seems to be many, and most people
Monday, 01 February 2016 01:00

Is God Your Treasure?

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​I recently attended a gathering of ministries in Dallas, Texas where we discussed utilizing digital channels effectively for the Kingdom. Part of our time was spent listening to Bob Lepine share from the scriptures. In one of these sessions he shared five essential components of the Gospel from a John Piper message at 'Together for the
Saturday, 16 January 2016 08:35

Does a church need to have a Pastor?

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I must confess I find the question posed in the title of this article strange. Not the character or gender requirements for one who assumes the office of Pastor, but whether or not a “church” may simply elect not to have one. I honestly am not aware of either an article or a book written on this subject, although there certainly may be
Friday, 01 January 2016 04:00

​The “In-Between” Moments

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I would like to start off with a simple question:​Dear Christian. What do you do with your in-between moments? Not just the ones you have between the next two meetings, or the ones you have between your meals. I'm talking about all of them. Every moment from when you leave church one Sunday and then arrive on Sunday the following week.  
Tuesday, 15 December 2015 04:00

The Death March

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Imagine this scenario: ​You are sitting at the top of the Grand Canyon, overlooking the beauty of God’s creation – His awesome handiwork!  While marveling at the enormity of the canyon, the brilliant colors, and other amazing features, you witness people of all ages walking towards the edge of it.  They are
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 05:00

The Green Light

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This past Veteran’s Day, retail giant, Walmart, started a campaign called Greenlight A Vet whereby the public is asked to change one light bulb in a visible location to a green colored bulb as a symbol of appreciation and support for our veterans. As their website www.greenlightavet.com states, “green is the color of hope”. H
Sunday, 15 November 2015 04:00

I Just Love Reading God's Word

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​I just love reading God's word - I cannot go a day without it!As I opened my Bible today, I decided to read Psalm 103. There is so much in this Psalm; I will only point out a few things that made me praise the Lord for His mercy. The Psalm 103:1 starts off with pure praise! It says, "Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me,
Sunday, 01 November 2015 04:30

Are you thankful?

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Thanksgiving is once a year, we get together with family and friends and remember a day that was started by the Pilgrims and Indians.  Should Thanksgiving be a once a year event?  Today, there doesn’t seem to be a culture that is real thankful.   The Bible has much to say about thankfulness, so let us check it out. A
Thursday, 15 October 2015 05:28

Make A Decision Already!

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​Is there anything wrong with leading someone into making a decision regarding salvation after you've shared with them the gospel? I mean, you've told them about their lost condition, their sickness of sin, what Jesus did to take away their sins, and what they can now do to receive His forgiveness and inherit eternal life. They’re on
Thursday, 01 October 2015 02:30

Are Graphic Signs OK? Featured

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It’s interesting to see the unbeliever who has no standard for truth try to define truth. They generally stumble around in circles until they either become angry, frustrated, or both. Their dilemma is that the purely subjective (them self) can never produce that which is objective (i.e. truth). I say this, you say that. I say I’m right
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 10:15

The Power of God's Word

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Last month, I had the privilege to participate in a fantastic evangelism conference called “Repent and Witness,” which is the annual conference for Christian Collegian Network (CCN).  The training I conducted was to teach CCN campus missionaries both presuppositional apologetics and creation apologetics. While I enjoyed the
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 09:06

Witness to a Catholic? Why?

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Over the years, I have spoken with many people on the streets. Due to the many Roman Catholic churches in Cleveland, I often find myself witnessing to their parishoners. Some of you may ask, “Why?” I have spoken to other Christians that say we don't need to witness to Roman Catholics because they are Christians just like us.
Saturday, 15 August 2015 18:39

Why do we preach?

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We, who preach in the open air, are often confronted by Bible-believing Christians who cannot seem to make sense of why we would pick a street corner and proclaim the gospel with little perceivable result. It doesn’t help their perception that there are open-air preachers who boast of “30 salvation decisions” a week. If this were