Neal Pollard Seven churches in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). Each remembered for an overall characteristic. The same is true for individual Bible characters, isn't it? Most remember Moses, Samson, David, Jeroboam, Jonah, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, Judas, Peter, Paul, and John for a particular attribute, whatever else could describe their lives. That's more than fascinating. It's sobering. … Continue reading How Will We Be Remembered?
Neal Pollard A church marquee read, "If we could mind our biscuits, life would be gravy." As somebody who loves to make biscuits, I appreciate the sentiment. Only a few ingredients--self-rising flour, shortening, and milk (sweet and/or butter). A simple, consistent temperature (I prefer 450 degrees). The time is pretty precise--10-13 minutes. The rack placement … Continue reading Mind Your Biscuits
Neal Pollard "It's all about me." I would see that saying on a car tag frame nearly every day. Is that really the message we need? Aren't we self-centered enough, as it is? Truly, the man who lives only for himself runs a very small business. What a bankrupt business it is, at that. According to … Continue reading “It’s All About Me”
Neal Pollard In 1 Peter 1:13-19, there are three commands that relate to something that must be done regardless of how much time it takes to complete. They are, “fix your hope completely on grace” (13), “be holy in all your behavior” (15), and “conduct yourselves in fear” (17). There’s a fourth command of this … Continue reading Take Time To Be Holy
Neal Pollard Helmets, seat belts, bullet proof vests, insurance, handguns, and home security systems are all means we use to protect ourselves. The adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” has proven itself worthy time and time again. We want our homes, families, and health preserved, shielded from potential danger. What … Continue reading Protect Yourself
Neal Pollard In Psalm 15, David shows us who is fit to be pleasing to God. I had a general physical and check up on my 30th and 40th birthdays. I'll have to say I was more pleased w/the results of the first one. Surprisingly, I found out that I should exercise more, eat less … Continue reading HOLY HILL DWELLERS
Neal Pollard This morning, Jacob Kurtz is getting a lot of press for the wrong reason. He’s a basketball player for the University of Florida, and he inadvertently won the game for his team’s counterpart, hated rival Florida State. Kurtz is not a prolific scorer, averaging a little over four points per game, but this … Continue reading TIPPING IT IN FOR THE OTHER TEAM