The Art of Excuses (Jeremiah 1)

Thursday's Column: Captain's Blog Carl Pollard Someone once said, "Excuses are tools of the incompetent, and those who specialize in them seldom go far." Ben Franklin is quoted saying, "He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else."  Jeremiah had a complete list of excuses ready when God called on him … Continue reading The Art of Excuses (Jeremiah 1)

God’s “House-Law”

Wednesday's Column: "Third's Words" Gary PollardEvery home has some kind of system in place to keep order. Maybe you were told to take your shoes off at the door, keep your elbows off the table, make your bed in the morning, or brush your teeth more than twice a month. Every home is different and … Continue reading God’s “House-Law”

My God Is So Big

Tuesday's Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard My problems are so big, my worries so mighty, there’s nothing my anxieties can’t do. Wait, that’s not how that song goes. It’s been said that the there are more stars in the known universe than all of the sand on earth combined. That being said, in just one … Continue reading My God Is So Big

MODESTY AND THE MEDIA SEXUALIZATION OF OUR GIRLS

Monday's Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard In 2008, M. Gigi Durham wrote a blunt book entitled: The Lolita Effect: the Media Sexualization Of Young Girls And What We Can Do About It. Durham is not at all writing from a Christian worldview, being a militant, secular feminist instead. In the book, she writes … Continue reading MODESTY AND THE MEDIA SEXUALIZATION OF OUR GIRLS

Lessons From Adversity: An Introduction

Friday's Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard Without delving into the minutiae of my medical history, suffice it to say I’ve been through a lot. Consequently, I could not accomplish all I hoped and dreamed to do in life. If you were to ask others about my legacy, you might well hear expressions of admiration about … Continue reading Lessons From Adversity: An Introduction

Serving the Living God 

Thursday's Column: Captain's Blog Carl Pollard I know I’m not old enough to say this, but when I was younger I used to lay in bed at night and try to imagine what God looked like. I would try to put a face to Him, I’d wonder what He was doing, and I would ask … Continue reading Serving the Living God 

WHY DO YOU BELIEVE?

Wednesday's Column: Third's Words Gary Pollard III I believe that God exists. I believe that He communicated with His creation by direct contact, messengers, and a series of ancient texts. I believe that He wants His human creation to be with Him after they die. I believe that He expects those who claim to be … Continue reading WHY DO YOU BELIEVE?

“Heartaches”

Tuesday's Column: "Dale Mail" Dale Pollard Have you ever been in such emotional pain that your heart felt like it was literally aching? The worst pain in this life is not always physical. Often times it’s the emotional pain of saying “good bye” that can drive us to our knees. It can make us lash … Continue reading “Heartaches”

“They Were Together”

Monday's Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard When I study the phenomenal growth of the New Testament church, there is no doubt that they owed that growth to the divine source of the message they preached and the dedicated way in which the early Christians spread the good news. They also believed that message … Continue reading “They Were Together”

Youth In Action 

Thursday's Column: Captain's Blog Carl Pollard One of the first verses that we tend to think of when it comes to youth being active in their faith is I Timothy 4:12. Most teens have heard, “Let no one look down on your youthfulness” at some point in their lives. What about the second half of … Continue reading Youth In Action