“EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE A PART OF THE TEAM”

Neal Pollard As I committed Georgia Bulldogs fan, I grimace to share this. But, Alabama head coach Nick Saban had a great quote in reaction to the student section leaving the Crimson Tide games early. I'll quote the second part: "If I asked that whole student section, do you want to be No. 1? Nobody … Continue reading “EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE A PART OF THE TEAM”

Learning To Pray From A Man After God’s Own Heart

Neal Pollard When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray (Luke 11:1), they were asking the most qualified instructor. However, they had a good teacher from the background of their own heritage in David. The book of Psalms is at times a songbook and at other times a prayer journal. Numerous examples of … Continue reading Learning To Pray From A Man After God’s Own Heart

What To Expect When You Build 

Neal Pollard The old saying, “The more things change, the more they stay the same,” seems applicable to time, place, and action. Though the rebuilding of the wall around Jerusalem in Nehemiah’s day stretches back 2500 years and occurred in a totally different culture about 7000 miles from here, it is amazing how what they … Continue reading What To Expect When You Build 

FOURTEEN SUGGESTIONS FOR BUILDING YOUR DEVOTIONAL LIFE

Neal Pollard Maybe you have resolved repeatedly to become a better, more faithful Bible student, person of prayer, or simply one who truly desires to build a closer relationship with God. While a lot of that will be personal and peculiar to you as an individual, you may lack direction about how to get started … Continue reading FOURTEEN SUGGESTIONS FOR BUILDING YOUR DEVOTIONAL LIFE

19 WAYS TO TANGIBLY IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD TODAY

Neal Pollard Try to spend 5 minutes of prayer in which you do nothing but praise Him. Do something for Him that requires you to step out of your comfort zone—initiate a conversation with a stranger, give a tract to a co-worker you’ve been talking with, etc. Have a devotional with your family. Call a … Continue reading 19 WAYS TO TANGIBLY IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD TODAY

“What Have You Done For Me Lately?”

 Neal PollardThis is not just something Janet Jackson once wondered.  The late summer and early fall of each year, college football programs have alumni, boosters, and fans asking head coaches the same thing.  Companies ask the same of employees, and stockholders ask it of companies.  While it can be an unfair question, it cannot be … Continue reading “What Have You Done For Me Lately?”