Neal Pollard What is the greatest trial? What do men so despise? The hardest climb and dreariest mile Is seeing through another’s eyes. It may appear uncomplicated, Completely cut and dry, But our skills may be overrated, As we try to see through the other’s eye. We don’t know what they’re thinking Can’t know their … Continue reading Seeing Through Others’ Eyes
Neal Pollard Steven Covey has said, “Treat a man as he is and he will remain as he is. Treat a man as he can and should be and he will become as he can and should be.” There is great wisdom and truth in that. Encouragement requires unselfishness and thoughtfulness. It requires our looking … Continue reading Encourage!
Neal Pollard As part of the personal evangelism class I just taught in Cambodia, I had the students engage in role-playing for a couple of days. It was wonderful and memorable. Some of the students are brand new Christians and have no experience doing personal work. All of them got into it wholeheartedly. Perhaps the … Continue reading “I THINK I UNDERSTAND”
Neal Pollard Have you ever had someone you trusted and admired tell you about a speaker of whom he or she either thought highly or poorly? Perhaps it colored your thinking of that one's lesson, even if only subconsciously. Have you ever had someone speak ill of a person, castigating their character or maligning their … Continue reading SEE PEOPLE THROUGH YOUR EYES