SCATTERED THOUGHTS ABOUT “OUR SONGS”

Neal Pollard Disclaimer: I clearly recognize my own fallibility and potential short-sightedness on this and all matters.  Please be assured that the following is written with deepest love for the Savior, the saved, and the lost sinner. Prudence, wisdom, and Christ-like love should characterize all such discussions as these, and that is my intention.  There … Continue reading SCATTERED THOUGHTS ABOUT “OUR SONGS”

Reaching Out Without Caving In

Neal Pollard What could we do as the people of God to reach out into our community with the gospel in such a way as to remove as many barriers as possible while striving to remain first-century in character and characteristics? Here are some ideas that come to my mind: Give thought to changing the … Continue reading Reaching Out Without Caving In

WHITE CHRISTMASES AND SUNDAYS

Neal Pollard Why is having a white Christmas such a big deal to me, you might ask.  Well, for a boy who spent the majority of his boyhood Christmases in south Georgia, the whole idea seemed like a fairytale.  Also, for a lifelong Bing Crosby fan, the movie was always one of Holiday favorites.  I … Continue reading WHITE CHRISTMASES AND SUNDAYS

Selling What You Don’t Own

Neal Pollard One of the more ingenious and amusing entrepreneurial moves I’ve ever heard is the company that offers to sell you a star.  For a price, you can buy a star and name it for a loved one.  The company will send you a gift pack along with registering the star in the name … Continue reading Selling What You Don’t Own