Neal Pollard A little over a week ago, my son Dale called me to tell me one of his elders gave him tickets for the Georgia-Missouri football game. He asked if I could swing coming. Thanks to a generous travel voucher from American Airlines, I was able to go on short notice on their nickel. … Continue reading A Family, A Fraternity, And A Fellowship
Neal Pollard He died on February 27, 2011, having reached the age of 110 years and 26 days old. As author Richard Rubin set the perspective, if you go back 110 years from the day of his birth it was the year the United States ratified the Constitution (Last of the Doughboys, 439)! Video interviews … Continue reading THE LAST LINK: FRANK BUCKLES
Neal Pollard He was named after a World War I general, born in Los Angeles in 1918 just after the American doughboys went “over there.” There are four men who played Major League Baseball older than Robert Pershing (“Bobby”) Doerr (Mike Sandlock in 99, Eddie Carnett and Alex Monchak are 98, and Carl Miles in … Continue reading A LINK TO HISTORY
Neal Pollard Pythagoras is said to have been the earliest outside of Scripture (Isa. 40:22) to contend that the earth is round. He did not make the earth round with his assertions, but identified what already was. Sir Isaac Newton certainly did not create gravity, but he is credited for our modern understanding of it. … Continue reading SOLA SCRIPTURA?
Neal Pollard Jesus taught that moth, rust and robbers do their irresistible work upon our things (Mat. 6:19-21). Anyone who has restored automobiles or houses knows the persistent challenge they face in keeping up with decay and loss in those projects. Here in weather-torn Colorado, the elements can speed up the deterioration and destruction of … Continue reading Protecting Restoration