Neal Pollard There are a couple of examples of public responses to the gospel message in the Bible, both in Acts. One is positive and the other is negative. As Peter was preaching that God has made Jesus Lord, the Pentecost crowd interrupted him with the question, "What shall we do?" (Acts 2:37). As Stephen … Continue reading Biggest Misunderstandings About Public Responses
Neal Pollard While I am certain that there are those who will say that they are still seeing as many public responses in their assemblies as ever, most will observe what I have observed. As I think back to my childhood, public responses to the invitation were commonplace—nearly every service. When I first began preaching, … Continue reading Why Has There Been A Decline In Public Responses?
Neal Pollard Perhaps you have heard about the unusual confession Matthew Cordle made on a website called "Because I Said I Would," a video that went then went viral on the internet. This will provide the prosecution ironclad evidence to convict him of a drunk driving accident in which he killed 61-year-old Vincent Canzani back … Continue reading HOW MUCH DOES GUILT WEIGH?
Neal Pollard Lance Armstrong went on Oprah Winfrey to confess his doping, but he has refused to testify under oath about the cheating. The World Anti-Doping Agency director, David Howman, said of the TV interview, "What he is doing is for his own personal gratification. He's welcome to do that, no one is going to … Continue reading CONVENIENT CONFESSION