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Beautiful Rainbow from World Harvest Church - May 22, 2011

05/23/2011 03:05 AM — So, as I was leaving the evening service at World Harvest Church tonight, a beautiful, beautiful rainbow appeared in the eastern sky.  It reminded me of God's covenant with us, so I just had to share.

Logitech C910 Webcam

05/19/2011 10:35 PM — So, the other day, I was talking to Paul Sobel, and he recommended this webcam: a Logitech C910 capable of recording 1080p video.  Having just received $75 in Amazon.com gift certificates via rewards from my credit card points program, I decided to buy this bad boy.  The results are as follows...

May 21, 2011: The Day Before May 22

05/12/2011 06:00 PM — So, I was asked today by an atheist friend if I'm ready for May 21st. My first reaction was, "what's so special about May 21st?" So I Googled it. What I found really disturbed me.

The Women's Clinic of Columbus Saved 1,600 Babies Since 2008, Needs Your Help

04/29/2011 03:02 PM — In 2008, my Pastor spearheaded the opening of The Women's Clinic of Columbus for the purpose of ministering to women in Columbus, OH, but particularly those facing unexpected pregnancies.  Since that time, many free pregnancy tests and free ultrasounds have been administered, resulting in the saving of 1,600 babies that would have otherwise been victims of abortion.  But now The Women's Clinic needs your help to continue their operations.  What greater calling do we have as believers in the gospel of Jesus Christ, or for unbelievers -- as humans, than to fight for those that cannot fight for themselves.

Motorola to Customers: Buy Somewhere Else

01/20/2011 12:32 PM

So it seems that Motorola is in trouble with a few of its customers.

Your Words Are Your Victory

01/09/2011 08:41 PM

In August of 2010, on a warm summer Saturday, I put on my shoes, a pair of shorts, and a sleeveless t-shirt.  The grass grows quickly in the summer in Ohio, and as I am our yard’s barber, I was preparing for my weekly ritual to style it to our liking once again.

As I was mowing over the little hill at our house in Pataskala and worshiping the Lord to the sound of worship music from my mobile phone, I heard the voice of the Lord clearly speak to me.  This is normal for me – to hear God.  What is strange and always stands out to me is when I hear Him without searching for Him to speak.  I love the Lord, and I love singing to Him.  But once in a while, when I come to praise God – not seeking anything from Him or desiring Him to give me something or to do something for me – but just to praise Him for who He is and all He’s already done – He speaks to me.  He wanted to tell me something, you see.  He wanted to warn me – to prepare me for battle, because He loves me that much.  He loves you that much too.  And He’ll speak to you the same way if only you’ll make time to listen.

OSU vs Michigan - 2010

11/27/2010 10:17 PM

I was privileged to be able to attend 2010's OSU vs Michigan football matchup.

The Lord is My Shepherd

11/10/2010 11:58 PM

Have you ever wondered why people often recite the 23rd Psalm at funerals?  At least they do on TV shows and movies.  It’s almost to the point where people think of death and sadness when they hear it.  I don’t know if you’re like me, but I know for a while I refused to consider Psalm 23 after my grandma died, as thinking of it made me sad.  I wish I would have considered it more fully sooner, because I'm telling you, it's full of life and promise!

A Seed Shall Serve Him

10/24/2010 02:54 PM

God has determined that everything He does in the earth, He will do through a seed.  The Scriptures say, “a seed shall serve Him” (Psalm 22:30) and, “While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease” (Genesis 8:22).  From the foundations of the earth, God has ordained this way that His will should be accomplished.  Then He made man in the image of Himself – to understand and uphold His principle of the seed.

The Ohio State University

10/13/2010 01:34 AM

Today marks a big day for me in college land.  I had my first mid term exam.  The class?  MATH 151 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry. 

Jay Baldwin is a follower of Jesus Christ residing in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and daughter. Jay is an Executive Director and Software Engineer (Web Ninja!), a self-proclaimed scriptural scholar, and a pilot. He's also an avid gamer, loves tennis, and has a black belt in Korean martial art Tang Soo Do.