Neal Pollard Steven Covey has said, “Treat a man as he is and he will remain as he is. Treat a man as he can and should be and he will become as he can and should be.” There is great wisdom and truth in that. Encouragement requires unselfishness and thoughtfulness. It requires our looking … Continue reading Encourage!
Neal Pollard So much is said about the deficiencies of youth and young adults in our current culture. While every generation has its shortcomings, I have observed a hopeful trend. Perhaps it rests on the faulty foundations of political correctness and relativism, but young people today seem much more prone to accept and nurture those … Continue reading Embracing The Struggler
Neal Pollard I witnessed something beautiful last night. A young man responded to the invitation and I was amazed by an outpouring of love and support shown by so many of his spiritual family. At least a dozen people, young men and young women as well as older men and women, came forward, too. They … Continue reading Not Enough Room On A Short Pew
Neal Pollard Baltimore was the host of history yesterday. Never, in nearly 150 years of professional baseball in America, has a regular season baseball game between two Major League teams been closed to the public. I estimated the crowd inside Camden Yard to have been exactly zero fans in the stands, breaking Baltimore’s old record-low … Continue reading No Fans?
Neal Pollard The leading local story today has to do with how police and fire responded to the Aurora theatre shooting in the summer of 2012, a horrific crime that left 12 dead and most of the other theatre patrons injured to one degree or another. Those tasked with evaluating the response use words like … Continue reading A COORDINATED RESPONSE
Neal Pollard That's what Tidewater resident Laila Cheikh might want to know. She made a cash withdrawal for her cab company drivers from her Newport News, Virginia, Bank of America branch and got an unexpected "gift." Someone accidentally included a dye pack, like those given to bank robbers, in her bag of cash. It exploded, … Continue reading “What Ever Happened To Toasters?” (*)
Scott Phillips A couple of years ago I was walking through the parking lot at a Lowe’s in north Denver. There was a kid with Down’s syndrome working there collecting the carts as I was on my way in. I was having an ok day, not paying much attention and minding my own business, when … Continue reading Three Words (Guest “Baker” Today)