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The latest from CCV President Aaron Baer

There’s still time

There’s still time

One signature may cost thousands of unborn lives. A few weeks ago, we got fantastic news. The Ohio State Supreme Court ruled that, yes, abortion clinics do need to operate according to basic health and safety standards. The Court was hearing the case because the...

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Too far

Too far

Unbelievable. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters is trying to remove a child from their parents because the parents don’t want to give the child puberty suppressing drugs. Few things surprise me any more in America. But this story in the Cincinnati Enquirer...

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Selling Out

Selling Out

Who cares about small business, ministries, women and children, and religious freedom?   You may have seen my statement from last Friday on the Ohio Chamber of Commerce’s endorsement of HB 160.   HB 160 elevates “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to protected...

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It’s more simple than they make it

It’s more simple than they make it

Every student is unique, so why are we trying to put them all through the same system? There are few things that would have as massive of an impact on Ohio as empowering every family to choose the education that best meets their needs. Ohio needs to have high...

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That’s a lie

That’s a lie

The “Separation of Church and State” isn’t what most think it is Many people don’t realize that CCV is a part of a nation wide network of independent organizations that advocate for pro-life, pro-family policy with a Gospel-centered approach. The best part of this...

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Bruce Wilkinson in Columbus

Bruce Wilkinson in Columbus

Our friends at the National Christian Foundation are bringing in global ministry leader and best-selling author Dr. Bruce Wilkinson to speak with pastors on “Living now for your forever” Dr. Wilkinson founded “Teach Every Nation” (TEN) as the culmination of five...

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3 terrible New Year’s resolutions

3 terrible New Year’s resolutions

Let’s avoid these three things I’ve never been a fan of New Year's resolutions – not because I find anything wrong with resolving to be a better person, but because I typically fail at them (somewhere deep inside my closet are running shoes I still haven’t broken in...

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