The Greatest Longing Of The Soul

Neal Pollard Quick. Name the top three accomplishments of Grover Cleveland's presidency. I'll wait.  Nothing? Don't feel dense or unpatriotic. He's not in most historians' top 10 (25?) of American presidents. But on yesterday's date, 132 years ago, he was at the helm and dedicated the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.  This, if … Continue reading The Greatest Longing Of The Soul

“I Don’t Feel Good Enough”

Neal Pollard How many times have you said that? You may project an air of confidence that would make it hard for anyone to think you felt that way or you may wear it on your sleeves. But, if honesty prevails, we’d all confess to wrestling with that thought. Daily! With Paul, facing the scope … Continue reading “I Don’t Feel Good Enough”

“Satan Wants You”

Neal Pollard Mike Vestal was speaking to preachers at this year's Polishing The Pulpit in Sevierville, Tennessee, on the subject of discouragement. One of his many poignant points was that Satan would dearly love to get to the preacher. He made the striking statement, "Satan wants you!"  This is true of more than the preacher. He … Continue reading “Satan Wants You”

WHEN YOU FEEL WEIGHED DOWN

Neal Pollard Mark and Derek Noel have an incredible story.  Mark, the dad, thinks he weighed 460 pounds at his heaviest, though he couldn’t find scales that could weigh him. He talks about the depression, the shame, even the claustrophobia of being that size. He learned that he had a food addiction.  Today, he weighs … Continue reading WHEN YOU FEEL WEIGHED DOWN

“Redemption Is Tailor-Made For The Wretched”

Neal Pollard If you did not know the source of this quote already, you might be hard-pressed to guess it.  This was said by Stanley “Tookie” Williams, two weeks before he was executed in California in 2005 for four 1979 murders he committed while the apparent leader of The Crips gang in Los Angeles.  Though … Continue reading “Redemption Is Tailor-Made For The Wretched”

“What Have You Done For Me Lately?”

 Neal PollardThis is not just something Janet Jackson once wondered.  The late summer and early fall of each year, college football programs have alumni, boosters, and fans asking head coaches the same thing.  Companies ask the same of employees, and stockholders ask it of companies.  While it can be an unfair question, it cannot be … Continue reading “What Have You Done For Me Lately?”

Avalanche Season

Neal Pollard They are calling it an historic avalanche season in Colorado.  With snowpack at well over 100% due to massive amounts of mountain snowfall, conditions are prime for avalanches to breakout all over the backcountry. Already, six have died in avalanches this winter.  In fact, there have been three deadly slides just in the … Continue reading Avalanche Season

Innocent Blood And Bloodguiltiness

Neal Pollard This week marked the the anniversary of one of America's darkest days when abortion became legal in our nation.  Since pro-abortion websites tend not to deal in reporting specific numbers and pro-life websites certainly do, it is from the National Right to Life website we discover that over 56 million babies have been … Continue reading Innocent Blood And Bloodguiltiness

HOW MUCH DOES GUILT WEIGH?

Neal Pollard Perhaps you have heard about the unusual confession Matthew Cordle made on a website called "Because I Said I Would," a video that went then went viral on the internet.  This will provide the prosecution ironclad evidence to convict him of a drunk driving accident in which he killed 61-year-old Vincent Canzani back … Continue reading HOW MUCH DOES GUILT WEIGH?