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 Last month, Von Miller gathered some of the NFL’s elite sack specialists at Stanford University for what he called a "pass rush summit.” The participates were star defensive players from around the league, with several different teams represented. Addressing concerns that each man was sharing his trade secrets, Miller replied that it was … Continue reading Sharing Trade Secrets Or Sharing The Wealth?
Neal Pollard It was such a treat to be among the hearty, faithful Christian men of central Wyoming and the Bighorn Basin. By Bible-belt comparison, they come from small congregations. But their passion and desire to grow the church is humongous. Near the end of their men’s retreat, they divided into groups to discuss the … Continue reading What It Takes To Grow The Church In Our Culture
Neal Pollard When I was a little boy, I heard my dad contrast these two ideas, union and unity, with an interesting illustration. He said, “You can tie two cats’ tails together and hang them over a clothes line. You may have union, but you do not have unity.” Recently, political pundits have been making … Continue reading The Difference Between Unity And Union
Neal Pollard It is an unmistakable emphasis in the book of Nehemiah. The word "we" appears 38 times in 30 of the book's 406 verses! Working together was the continuous mindset of Judah. They knew such a mentality would ensure success (2:20). Teamwork accomplishes much more than individual performance! If a ball team has only … Continue reading What “We” Do To Achieve Spiritual Success
Neal Pollard Make A Wish Foundation has granted 310,000 wishes worldwide with the help of 30,000 volunteers in 49 countries as well as numerous, generous donors. Very often, the wishes are granted to children with life-threatening conditions. This is appropriate since this is the genesis of the now highly-successful collection of nonprofit organizations which grants … Continue reading Chris Greicius
Neal Pollard I have become more acutely aware of the importance of "church cooperation" working with a congregation that operates a school of preaching. To get every student here and to support every teacher who prepares them for ministry, several congregations and individuals must give to make this a reality. Those who contribute range from … Continue reading Church Cooperation