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House Rules for the 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show

House Rules for the 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show Introduction: In light of everything going with the Corona Virus situation, I decided, that I should make some House Rules for the 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show. Most of this stuff should be common sense, but I need to be "Captain Obvious" with this. Please read and agree to these House Rule before entering the Vaughnsville Community Center for the 2020 Vaughnsville Community Center. House Rules for the 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show: Be nice to everyone and their property at 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show! Do NOT tear the Vaughnsville Community Center up, because I, James W. O'Flannery, will have you arrested and I will sue you...

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2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show Vendors List Post 1

Happy Christmas in July! For this blog post, I shall list all of the vendors, whom I have so far, for the 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show and some of my book signings. I'm still looking for vendors. Sign-up today! Vendors for the 2020 Vaughnsville Craft and Vendor Show (so far): James O'Flannery (Local Author and President and Founder of Ohio Irish Lutheran Press in Lima, Ohio) Books and Angel Statues Jordan Coulter (Store Director of the Northland Chief Supermarket in Lima, Ohio) Boot's BBQ pulled pork sandwiches and bone-in chicken wings Sara Fisher (Color Street Stylist from Columbus Grove, Ohio) Nail Care Products Emily Poynter (Crafting Lady from Cincinnati, Ohio) Handcrafted Fall and Christmas Decorations Ruby and Matthew...

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Pastor of Month for July 2020: The Reverend Doctor Jordan Cooper

Happy Fourth of July and Christmas in July! The Reverend Doctor Jordan Cooper Reflections: The Reverend Doctor Jordan Cooper was born on June 3, 1987 and he has a wife, Lisa, whom he married on December 19, 2010. Dr. Cooper and Lisa have two young sons, who are called Jacen and Benjamin. Dr. Cooper was raised and baptized in the Reformed Tradition, but his wife Lisa was raised and baptized Lutheran. Not only did his wife's religious heritage help Dr. Cooper become Lutheran, but he personally saw a lot of flaws in the Reformed Tradition aka Calvinism. Dr. Cooper has had an interesting educational journey. Dr. Cooper graduated from Pioneer Valley Christian School in Springfield, Massachusetts with his high school...

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July 2020 Events at Immanuel Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Lima, Ohio

Happy Pentecost! Since I decided to only have this website and shutdown ohiobookmart.com, I decided to make ads for Immanuel Lutheran Church (LCMS), where I'm an active member, as blog posts. Once you've read this blog post, please feel free to read the other blog posts and to visit the other pages. About: Immanuel Lutheran Church (LCMS) is a conservative and Confessional Lutheran congregation in The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday and for most major holy days. We believe, teach, and confess, that Jesus died to save every single person from death, Hell, the grave, Satan, Satan's demons, Original Sin from Adam and Eve, and their own personal sins. We believe, teach, and confess, that there...

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We Believe in the Holy Trinity: Ecumenical Creeds

Happy Pentecost Season! Holy Trinity and Ecumenical Creeds Reflections: The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity and the use of Ecumenical Creeds have both been subjects of much debate and disagreement. This blog post will serve as an introduction to both of these topics and my goal is to address all three of the main Ecumenical Creeds, The Apostles' Creed, The Nicene Creed, and The Athanasian Creed, and why the are important in Christianity today and why they should be loved and cherished. Some people hate these Creeds and they feel, that we do not need to bothered with them. However, these people are indirectly hating the foundational Doctrines of Christianity and hating The Holy Bible, which these Creeds summarize. What is the...

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