WHAT DID MOSES CONFRONT?

Neal Pollard Moses is remembered for his meekness, yet he also is the man who in indignation killed an Egyptian slave driver. He was afraid to lead, but what a leader he was with God's help. In Exodus three, we see this man who has gone to hide among his father-in-law's sheep as one who … Continue reading WHAT DID MOSES CONFRONT?

“THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIA”

Neal Pollard Sostratos the Cnidian built this world-famous lighthouse in 297 B.C., located on the coast of the island of Pharos (Negev, The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land, Rev., 1986: 27). It made the Greek poet Sopater's list of the original seven wonders of the world. Examined with the other six, this lighthouse seems … Continue reading “THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIA”

How Do We Avoid Going Into The Wilderness?

Neal Pollard I thought about this question as I meditated today on the state of the church in our nation.  Composed of so many dedicated, wonderful people, the church as a whole, nonetheless, is tempted to drift from biblical moorings. It is anecdotal to observe seismic philosophical shifts in the leadership and direction of various … Continue reading How Do We Avoid Going Into The Wilderness?