Neal Pollard Have you ever had a problem or struggle that started out small but kept growing until it was larger than life? Did it come to consume your thoughts, keep you up at night, and become an overwhelming obsession? Maybe you devoted a lot of emotion to it. Just by virtue of living on … Continue reading Struggling Through Our Troubles
Neal Pollard Mark Speckman is an interesting story. He was a High School star linebacker, played Junior College then at a four-year NAIA college at the same position, and then coached college football for 20 years (he followed Dan Hawkins at Willamette in 1998). He can write, type, use a cell phone, drive, play racquetball, … Continue reading What’s My Excuse?
Neal PollardThe United Nations' very conservative estimate is that well over 2,000 people have died in the Donetsk region of Eastern Ukraine in fighting between that nation's government have clashed with separatists. So many of the towns and cities in the region have congregations of God's people, many of their preachers trained in our foreign … Continue reading Our Brethren Are Suffering
Neal Pollard You're building your house for life, not a day By all that you do and everything you say But more important than roof or even the walls Is your foundation, for there's coming floods and squalls. Today the sky may be sunny and fair And life may seem easy with no burden or … Continue reading And The Rain Fell