Gospel or Church Promotion?

By Mission Support | 03/05/2018

I was reflecting the other day on death. If I knew my last day was soon, what would I do? It would certainly focus me on what was most important. After a stream of consciousness, I thought about this: what if the local church knew about its “death date.” How would it spend its last […]

I Admit I Follow Jesus

By Mission Support | 02/10/2018

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said the phrase “I’m a Christian.” Equally impossible to count is the number of times I’ve had an opportunity to say it and intentionally did not. Whether I was ashamed or afraid to admit it, I held back the truth, as if it would result in negative […]

Columbus Churches Unite!

By Mission Support | 01/30/2018

There seems to be a call for unification across churches in the Columbus area. This is the theme I have been hearing on a regular basis. What does unification mean? People have used it to describe things from congregational harmony to a single universal church. However, I would like to offer up a simple definition […]

1,200 People Praying for You!

By Mission Support | 01/23/2018

1,200 people are participating in a Columbus citywide prayer and fasting time for 40 days. Each morning, a short devotional is sent out to all of them. There is a topical focus to all to pray for as well schools, people groups, and geographical areas. In addition to this daily element, a weekly, Wednesday morning […]

Unified Church for Columbus

By Mission Support | 01/13/2018

As believers, we are the Church. We associate with local congregations, but we are all part of a bigger Church. We belong to Jesus. As the Church, we were told to love each other, to show unity, and to make disciples. We know our fellow Christ followers from Sunday morning, but do we know the […]

Too Coincidental

By Mission Support | 12/29/2017

On average, I can cover a mile every 3 minutes on my bike. The furthest I have ridden my bike at one time is 171 miles. It took me nine hours. It’s 240 miles to cross Ohio on I-70. NYC to LA is 2,800 miles. In my car, at 75 mph, one mile takes about […]


By Mission Support | 12/14/2017

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] I use the Life Journal Bible reading plan on my YouVersion app. Hebrews 11 was one of the chapters to read today. Often referred to as the Faith Chapter, this passage of scripture has significant meaning for me: it is the only chapter of the bible I have ever fully memorized. As […]

Benefits of A Good Church

By Mission Support | 12/08/2017

The author of Hebrews tells his readers in a call to persevere, “…let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.” Churches aren’t perfect. People certainly aren’t perfect. Service times can be inconvenient. It’s hard to develop and […]

Challenge for the Believer

By Mission Support | 10/11/2017

The Bible says the last thing Jesus told his disciples before leaving earth was to go to  the whole world and make disciples, teaching them everything he had taught them. Despite this “great commission,” personal evangelism is one of the most difficult things for a Christ follower to do. We can feel one of many […]

Now is the Time

By Mission Support | 10/05/2017

More than ever, we need a movement now. The division created by politicians and the media is reaching all new levels in our nation’s history. But there is hope. That hope is God. As a follower of Jesus, we believe it is our prerogative to share the great hope of the gospel. Despite humanity’s wrong, Jesus […]


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