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?
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”
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?