Neal Pollard While it is true that each of us possesses unique abilities within the Lord’s body (Rom. 12; 1 Cor. 12), that fact bears closer scrutiny. God can use each of us, with our unique personalities, backgrounds, and experiences, to reach so many among the lost and to help so many among the saved. … Continue reading You Push That Way And I’ll Pull This Way
Neal Pollard As Paul nears the close of his short epistle to Titus, he urges, “Diligently help Zenas the lawyer and Apollos on their way so that nothing is lacking for them” (3:13). Whatever Paul had in mind, whether financial, transportation, lodging, emotional, or similar help, it is an interesting plea. It isn't said, but … Continue reading Help Them On Their Way!
Neal Pollard I witnessed something beautiful last night. A young man responded to the invitation and I was amazed by an outpouring of love and support shown by so many of his spiritual family. At least a dozen people, young men and young women as well as older men and women, came forward, too. They … Continue reading Not Enough Room On A Short Pew
Neal Pollard Jahaziel would have been a man of interesting and diverse talents. As a Levite, he would have served with the priests in the temple. As one of the sons of Asaph, he would have either been a literal descendant “or more probably [one of] a class of poets and singers who recognized him … Continue reading Jahaziel’s Comforting Message
Neal PollardThe United Nations' very conservative estimate is that well over 2,000 people have died in the Donetsk region of Eastern Ukraine in fighting between that nation's government have clashed with separatists. So many of the towns and cities in the region have congregations of God's people, many of their preachers trained in our foreign … Continue reading Our Brethren Are Suffering
Neal Pollard At the southern Illinois state track meet, Claire and Chloe Gruenke, twin sisters, were signed up for several races. Chloe would even win the one mile race in 5:23 that day. But in the 800 meter race, Chloe heard a pop in her knee and absolutely could not run another step. Claire … Continue reading SHE CARRIED HER SISTER TO THE FINISH LINE
Neal Pollard Jesus wants us concerned with people, especially those near us in some way. It may be easier to care about someone who looks like us, who is decent or even attractive, or who is easier to help. The unattractive, strange, dissimilar, or unpleasant may not be ones we are as easily drawn to … Continue reading Studying The Sweet Samaritan