Neal Pollard You get to choose, just like Jesus did (Mark 2:14) and the Good Samaritan did (Luke 10:33). When you look, who or what do you see? May I encourage us all to... See people, not pigment. See souls, not status. See minds, not money. See Christ, not color. See relationship, not race. See … Continue reading What You See Depends On How You Look
Neal Pollard Seven churches in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). Each remembered for an overall characteristic. The same is true for individual Bible characters, isn't it? Most remember Moses, Samson, David, Jeroboam, Jonah, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, Judas, Peter, Paul, and John for a particular attribute, whatever else could describe their lives. That's more than fascinating. It's sobering. … Continue reading How Will We Be Remembered?
Neal Pollard The church office receives a monthly publication called Faith Connect. In the latest edition, they include some data from Barna Group on faith in America. In a sidebar of statistics to an interview with Barna’s Vice President, Bill Denzel, writer Kelly Russell reveals what the research organization found in interviewing those who identify … Continue reading “Being A Christian Is Hard”