Neal Pollard Relevant—Appropriate to the current time, period, or circumstances; of contemporary interest Current—Belonging to the present time; happening or being used or done now I think most of us would find the above definitions of these words to be satisfactory. In the context of the church, we are often concerned with both the matter … Continue reading The Difference Between Current And Relevant
Neal Pollard It was my privilege to be in attendance at the “Religious Freedom Rally for Jack Phillips,” held on the campus of Colorado Christian University in Lakewood, Colorado. If you do not know, Jack Phillips is the owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop, a business he opened and has operated since 1993. Because he refused … Continue reading The Religious Freedom Rally For Jack Phillips
Neal Pollard The ship is breaking apart. The timbers of civility. Crack! The planks of morality. Splinter! The mast of critical thinking. Pop! As we hope to stay afloat, we cannot help but feel growing apprehension over the current state of our society. It's not a matter of preserving or plastering over a past. It's … Continue reading What To Do When Faced With A Sinking Ship
Neal Pollard With the Chicago Cubs winning their first World Series since 1908, which year was near the end of Teddy Roosevelt’s second presidential term when there were only 46 United States and the first that Mother’s Day was celebrated in America, diehard fans believe a World War II-era “curse” has been lifted. Chicago tavern … Continue reading Do You Believe In Goats?
Neal Pollard “Rancor” is synonymous with hostility, bitterness, spite, and vitriol. In Ephesians 4:31, Paul warns the Christian against “bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander [and] malice.” While it didn’t seem possible that this election cycle could produce more heat and saber-rattling than the last couple, it has already exceeded it. It … Continue reading DIVIDING OVER POLITICS
Neal Pollard Here are the rules: Don’t use any resources to look up these answers. This is a quiz to test your knowledge. What is Mark Zuckerberg best known for co-founding? How many regular season games are there in an NFL, MLB, and NBA season? What is the name of Apple’s media library, media player, … Continue reading Ready For A Trivia Quiz?
Neal Pollard The internet is such a great search tool. Many, including Christians, use it on a daily basis to be informed, inspired, and intrigued. Yet, it seems to me in the years I have been blogging, and especially in the last year or two, that so many are most interested in provocative and … Continue reading Gay Marriage, Miley Cyrus, Clive Bundy, School Shootings
Neal Pollard All puns aside, the event really happened in the Amazon back in 2010 and was captured on You Tube. An unidentified Brazilian fisherman documents the rare, extraordinary event. The electric eel can generate up to 600 volts of electricity. A hungry caiman with a fatal appetite found this out too late to … Continue reading The Shocking Truth Of The Alligator That Bit The Electric Eel
Neal Pollard How often does the college application process for a single student make the front page of a national paper like USA Today? It happened on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. The feature centered around the academic ambitions of a Shirley, New York, Senior, whose academic future would seem secure and assumably provided for. … Continue reading The Truly Amazing Kwasi Enin