Neal Pollard Who would answer “no” to that question? Who wants a worse life or a life that never gets better? But the better question is, “How do you get a better life?” Advertisers have so many answers to that, involving their currency or investment tool, their pill, diet, or workout routine, their travel agency … Continue reading Do You Want A Better Life?
Neal Pollard I--nteresting (illustrations are to grab attention or make the point memorable; beware of being one-dimensional--always quotes, poems, sports, etc.) L--asting ( the preacher joke is that you can re-preach most sermons, you've just got to change the illustrations. Why? We remember good illustrations. An illustration can help make a Bible lesson live on in … Continue reading Ten Important Words With Good Illustrations
Neal Pollard I love the World War II generation and the enormous impact they have had on our nation! Perhaps no generation has had a greater challenge since them than the one presently coming to maturity. Last night, at Teens In The Word, we asked the teens to describe the religious philosophy of their peers … Continue reading A VISIT TO A TEEN’S RELIGIOUS WORLD
Neal Pollard The philosophically liberal magazine, American Prospect, included an article in the January/February, 2014, edition, by Sharon Lerner entitled, "Starting Smart." The article begins by asserting that there is almost universal support in the public, business, and political sectors for mandatory, universal Pre-K education. Lerner, considering such broad favor, ardently calls for leveling … Continue reading “Addressing The Huge Unmet Needs Of Young Children”