How Can I Go On?

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard How can we handle the hurt of losing someone we love? Many emotions run through our hearts when we’re faced with the loss of a loved one. These emotions can present themselves as questions: Confusion. Why did this happen? Sadness. How will I go on? Anger. Who allowed thisContinue reading “How Can I Go On?”

God Shall Wipe Away All Tears

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard Tears are a very interesting and important part of the human anatomy. Tears are produced by the tear gland, which are small glands that are in our upper eyelid. Tears keep the surface of your eyeball clean, and help protect your eye from damage. But there’s another function ofContinue reading “God Shall Wipe Away All Tears”


Tuesday’s Column: “Dale Mail” Dale Pollard Have you ever been in such emotional pain that your heart felt like it was literally aching? The worst pain in this life is not always physical. Often times it’s the emotional pain of saying “good bye” that can drive us to our knees. It can make us lashContinue reading ““Heartaches””

The Holiday Blues

Neal Pollard It is amazing how many people lose loved ones around the holidays. If you consider that there are about six weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, you realize the statistical probability. But, for one who loses a mate, child, or parent, the situation is not remotely clinical. It is deeply personal. ItContinue reading “The Holiday Blues”

Coping With The Loss Of A Child

Neal Pollard I have never lost a child and pray that I will precede them all in death.  Imagining the difficulty of that situation in no way equips me to feel the grief involved in such a loss.  Yet, the Bible is the answer book on this, as with any, situation. In 2 Samuel 12:18-24,Continue reading “Coping With The Loss Of A Child”