Surround Yourself with Good People

This weekend was a whirlwind for me. I did a lot of traveling, but I had a great time working on an exciting project. This young man reminded me of...

I’ll Take “Cutch” on my Team Any Day

What a week Andrew McCutchen had. The center fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates went 7-21 with six hits and five home runs in only seven days. He drove in nine RBIs and posted a .286 average.

What an Impact a Smile Can Have

Having something infectious isn’t always a bad thing. Now that I have your attention I’ll explain. There are some things that attract people. It might be a powerful job or loads...

Ohio Senate passes Dismemberment Abortion Ban

The Ohio Senate voted 24-9 Tuesday in favor to pass Senate Bill 145, the Dismemberment Abortion Ban. Ohio Right to Life calls the legislation, sponsored by Senators Matt Huffman (R-Lima)...

Having Church at the Indianapolis 500

I have never attended a church service in a garage before. But on race day at the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500, I had the wonderful opportunity to do just that.

Kingdom Racing is a Winner in Life’s Race

This is the first article I have written at 4:26 a.m. I am sitting at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway sipping a cup of coffee in the media center. I...

James Jones of The Cavaliers Lives by Deep-Rooted Faith

James Jones has had a fulfilling NBA career. He has been part of three NBA Championships and has played alongside some of the game’s greatest players, including LeBron James,...

Ohio Leading The Way in Pro-Life Legislation

For the past seven years, Ohio Right to Life has been on the front lines helping to educate citizens about pro-life issues as well as working to get pro-life...

Ohio Senate Bill, Unborn Child Dignity Act Calls for Humane Treatment of Fetal Remains

A bill is making its way through the Ohio General Assembly that would require fetal remains to be treated humanely after an abortion.

Assisting Suicide

Last December, Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed a bill into law which makes assisted suicide a felony. Kudos to our two-term Republican governor. Ohio House Bill 470 makes assisted suicide a third-degree felony, and anyone convicted can face up to five years in prison if convicted.