Just two days ago, I stood with sixteen other pastors as we presented Governor DeWine with the Champion of Life Award in recognition of his steadfast commitment to sign the Heartbeat Bill. Today will go down as one of my proudest moments as I stood with our Governor when he signed the Human Rights and … Continue reading DeWine Did It! – The Heartbeat Bill has been Signed
Moderate and even some liberal Democrats appear to be walking away as the Democratic party makes a tectonic shift to the extreme left. The Democrats appear to be swinging for the fences with all of their new ultra-radical proposals and increasing message of hate and vilification. They want a nation without walls. They are proposing … Continue reading What Dems Really Want
Opposition to Issue One has wide support from both Republicans and Democrats. Learn why.
Many questions arose from my prayer at a Trump Rally, including "What is jungle journalism?" Get your answers here.
He neither voted for nor signed the Declaration of Independence but James and Hannah Caldwell paid dearly for it. Take a moment to learn their story.
One of my prized possessions is a helmet that belonged to my great uncle, Quincy Haynes Long. It sits on a bookshelf in my office. I bring it out each year at Memorial Day to share with my church family. Quincy was a tank commander in the European theatre during World War II. This helmet … Continue reading They Died in Faith
“I know you,” the spry little lady taunted me. “You’re that preacher that doesn’t believe in the separation of church and state!” I simply smiled and asked, “You don’t think I gave up my rights as a citizen just because I’m a pastor, do you?” This beautiful phrase gained is fame in Thomas Jefferson’s letter … Continue reading Pastors & Politics: An American Tradition
National Grief It is beyond difficult to describe the agony that settles on our nation as journalists describe the haunting tale of yet another episode of terror that plays through our schools. The mere instrument of words can hardly convey the heartache that knows no bounds of party, race, class, or culture. Before our grief … Continue reading The Parkland Tragedy: A Conservative Analysis
If you could travel back with me to the early days of March in 1881 to The College of New Jersey (Princeton) and follow me into the renowned Nasau Hall, we would discover a young lady by the name of Annis in mourning. She was a highly regarded poet of her day. In just a … Continue reading Lives, Fortunes & Sacred Honor
It was an honor to be sworn into the Republican State Central Committee by Chairwoman Jane Timken yesterday and to take my seat among my new colleagues representing the Ohio Republican Party. Clarence Mingo commented earlier that he, Chairwoman Timken, and Attorney General Mike DeWine (also present) were all about the same height and that … Continue reading Sworn In