The Rasputin Rule

Neal Pollard Very little good can be said of Gregory Rasputin. Robert Goldston, in The Russian Revolution, writes that he "was, like his father before him, essentially a rowdy peasant. He soon developed a reputation in his hometown as a horse thief, drunkard, seducer of young girls, and general good for nothing. He had no education … Continue reading The Rasputin Rule

Identifying The Source Of Trouble In The Congregation

Neal Pollard One of my dad’s most memorable sermons, which he preached in more than one location, was actually a two-parter.  The first part was preached Sunday morning. Dad warned that he was going to identify the source of the problems in the congregation. He used a wipe board or chalkboard, and only put the … Continue reading Identifying The Source Of Trouble In The Congregation

A Global Adversary

Neal Pollard In the wake of the recent siege on an upscale mall in Nairobi, Kenya, the Kenyan Government has mentioned the possible role played by American teen boys and a British woman--perhaps the infamous "White Widow" linked to the London Bombing in 2005--in the deadly attack led by Somali militants.  Since our nation went … Continue reading A Global Adversary