Neal Pollard Samuel Feldman may hold the distinction as the most famous bread vandal in history. He did $8,000 worth of damage to bread and cookies throughout the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, area. He was going around "poking, pinching, and squeezing" bags of bread and packages of cookies. Finally, one store, suspecting Feldman, put him under … Continue reading Are You A Bread Squeezer?
Neal Pollard You hear comments in Bible classes that amount to what’s wrong with the church, what we’re doing wrong, what we’re not doing, and what it’s doing to us, our children, and the world. You read people’s minds through their social media rants, raves, and ramblings, and the bottom line message is that the … Continue reading Is The Church Broken?
Neal Pollard Sermons preached on the qualifications of elders often, rightly, emphasize the importance of selecting men who qualify to serve. In the Lord's church, covetous, inhospitable, intemperate, cold, imprudent, biblically ignorant, pugnacious, and newly-converted men (among others) have been appointed to that important work who should not have been. That hurts the local church! Many … Continue reading What God Does Not Expect Of Elders
Neal Pollard When did I first know I wanted to be a preacher? I'm not sure, but I remember the day I addressed the city council in Cairo, Georgia. I was only nine. We were walking home from school. Every day, we'd make the trek from 10th Avenue across Broad Street to our house on … Continue reading “Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now”