Laying Aside “Every Weight”

Neal Pollard I try to write very seldom about my favorite hobby, running, which I picked up when our baby, who Pooh Duke has dubbed “Carlnormous,” was still in the womb (This is Carlnormous).  Running produces so many wonderful benefits, physically, psychologically, and mentally.  Yet, as I have heard said, exercise is only about 20% … Continue reading Laying Aside “Every Weight”

HOLY HILL DWELLERS

Neal Pollard In Psalm 15, David shows us who is fit to be pleasing to God. I had a general physical and check up on my 30th and 40th birthdays.  I'll have to say I was more pleased w/the results of the first one. Surprisingly, I found out that I should exercise more, eat less … Continue reading HOLY HILL DWELLERS

“Please Let My Mom Stop Smoking”

Neal Pollard It was written on the back of a recent attendance card by one who seems to be pretty young--less than ten years old.  I did not recognize the child's name, so I would guess it to be a visitor.  Yet, the plaintive cry pulls at my heartstrings. Ironically, another visitor (a grown man) … Continue reading “Please Let My Mom Stop Smoking”

BEFORE YOU BUY THAT BODY ART

Neal Pollard While there are many matters that are much higher priorities than tattoos, I thought you might like to hear from Dr. Bernadine Healy, the first woman to direct the National Institute of Health, former president of the American Heart Association, and the person who led the American Red Cross response to the terrorist … Continue reading BEFORE YOU BUY THAT BODY ART