Neal Pollard Quirky closer (a redundant statement) Sean Doolittle was interviewed last week right after the Washington Nationals clinched the city's first trip to the World Series since FDR was first inaugurated there. Asked how they did it, Doolittle said, "I think once you start naming guys that stepped up in different ways, you’ll end … Continue reading “You’ll End Up Naming Everybody On The Team”
Neal Pollard It is said to have housed between 400,000 to 700,000 scrolls containing essentially everything that had been written up to its point in time. But the Royal Library of Alexandria, Egypt, was eventually destroyed. The first residential university, home to perhaps 2000 teachers and 10,000 students from the fifth to the 12th century … Continue reading I Am Not Irreplaceable
(Bulletin Preview) Neal Pollard Tomorrow, most of us will be able to celebrate the Labor Day Holiday. That means, ironically, that most of us will have a day off from--well--labor. Schools and workplaces across the nation will shut their doors and many will be off for their last "summer vacation." Friday, an anticipated 3 million … Continue reading Labor Day
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?