Neal Pollard This past May, I began my twenty-second year of running. In that time, I've logged thousands of miles. At 49, I am happy to say that my knees are doing fine but time may change that. One of the risks of running, to listen to some, is wearing out places like knees and … Continue reading HOW I SHOULD WEAR OUT MY KNEES
Neal Pollard Who would answer “no” to that question? Who wants a worse life or a life that never gets better? But the better question is, “How do you get a better life?” Advertisers have so many answers to that, involving their currency or investment tool, their pill, diet, or workout routine, their travel agency … Continue reading Do You Want A Better Life?
Neal Pollard Hayden Holland, who obeyed the gospel less than three years ago, taught his first Bible class last night at Teens in the Word. It was an excellent, hour-plus long study of the parallels between serving in the military and living the Christian life. In this very practical study, Hayden mentioned the Army’s concept … Continue reading Do Brotherhood
Neal Pollard You Are An Insurance Agent—Life (Philippians 2:16), Health (cf. 1 Peter 2:24), and Fire (2 Peter 3:9-10). You Are A Tour Guide (1 Peter 2:9; Acts 8:31). You Are A Soldier (Ephesians 6:10ff; 2 Timothy 2:1-3). You Are A Slave (Romans 6:17). You Are A Firefighter (Jude 23). You Are An Ambassador (2 … Continue reading Christian, Who Are You?