THERE IS A PATTERN OF TEACHING

Neal Pollard The Bible claims to hold the answer to your greatest problem. Not only that, but it helps you to identify what that problem is which you may or may not even know about. In Romans 6:16-18, Paul talks about a "form of teaching" given to those at Rome.  Paul writes this powerful epistle … Continue reading THERE IS A PATTERN OF TEACHING

“Dia dhuit. Hoi. Shalom. Konnichiwa. Marhaba. Namaskar. Zdravo. Ahoj…”

"Hello!" There are many ways to say it, but all of them are meant to be warm and welcoming. While I have been privileged to visit 22 countries around the world, so many of you have visited me from all over the globe. In the last month, you have "stopped in" from the following countries … Continue reading “Dia dhuit. Hoi. Shalom. Konnichiwa. Marhaba. Namaskar. Zdravo. Ahoj…”

Reflections On Worship, From A-Z

Neal Pollard How great to say with David, "I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord” (Psalm 122:1).  Another psalm also urges, "Come, let us worship and bow down, Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker" (95:6).  Both verses are the attitude of a redeemed, … Continue reading Reflections On Worship, From A-Z

THE NON-LITERARY PROPHETS: GAD

Neal Pollard There are several prophets whose writings, by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, make up part of the Old Testament canon. We often refer to them as the Major Prophets (Isaiah-Daniel) and the Minor Prophets (Hosea-Malachi). In addition, there is a biblical sense in which the remaining Old Testament writers would be rightly … Continue reading THE NON-LITERARY PROPHETS: GAD

A New Testament Leadership Style

Neal Pollard USA Today ran a story about New York Knicks' owner James Dolan. He's depicted as a heavy-handed micromanager who feels more allegiance to his shareholders than the fans of the iconic professional basketball team. He's contrasted with successful franchises, which the Knicks certainly are not at present, whose leadership sees themselves as stewards … Continue reading A New Testament Leadership Style

The Bible And The College Cheating Scandal

Neal Pollard One of the nation's biggest news stories last week involved a college admissions scam that included several high-profile people, including at least two Hollywood actresses. A California man, Rick Singer, spearheaded a scheme to bribe coaches and administrators at such colleges as Yale, Stanford, Georgetown, USC, and other prestigious universities. The bribes bought … Continue reading The Bible And The College Cheating Scandal

Adopting Orphans

Neal Pollard It was nearly twenty years ago that I walked with Keith Kasarjian through an orphanage in eastern Ukraine. I cannot remember how many children were there, but there were many. My first impression was their appearance--unwashed and tattered clothes, dirty bodies, and many had mussed or shaved heads. But my overwhelming impression was … Continue reading Adopting Orphans

A Leadership Legacy

Neal Pollard I am not sure how long our congregation has conducted what we call "Young Lions And God's Precious Daughters," but I would guess it has been at least 15 years and probably longer. All three of my sons participated in Young Lions and feel it was helpful in getting them over nervousness when … Continue reading A Leadership Legacy

A Tribute To Harry Denewiler On The Morning Of His Passing

Neal Pollard I met him 20 years ago, the man with the twinkling eyes He and his wife opened their home to me, and I could recognize Their love for Christ and Christians, and how well they'd harmonize Those loves in all their actions, it was there in those twinkling eyes He shepherded me for … Continue reading A Tribute To Harry Denewiler On The Morning Of His Passing

Make It A Momentous Monday

Neal Pollard Pick out a local church leader and pray for him and his family for several minutes, being very specific in your petitions on their behalf. Email a missionary to encourage them and get an update on how their work is going. Buy a gift card and try to give it anonymously to a … Continue reading Make It A Momentous Monday