Neal Pollard Spoiler alert: This story does not make me look good. It was 1984, and my family and I lived in Roopville, Georgia. We were enjoying one of those idyllic west Georgia October days, with temperatures cool enough for a jacket but the sun graciously, brightly beaming. It was a perfect Saturday to explore … Continue reading Walking 10 Miles To Avoid The “Bear”
Neal Pollard “You Will Have…” —Treasure in heaven if you follow Jesus (Mat. 19:21; Mk. 10:21). —Honor in the sight of all if you are humble (Lk. 14:10). —Praise of rulers and authority if you do good (Rom. 13:3). —An answer for the sinfully proud if you are persuaded about the Lord (2 Cor. 5:12). … Continue reading Some Powerful Promises
Neal Pollard There is a famous line from the longstanding game show, To Tell The Truth, that is so apropos here. On the show three people would all claim to be someone and make their pitch to “prove” it, then at the end the host would ask, “Will the real __________ please stand up?” Recently, … Continue reading The REAL Terry Symansky Can’t Stand Up
Neal Pollard A church marquee read, "If we could mind our biscuits, life would be gravy." As somebody who loves to make biscuits, I appreciate the sentiment. Only a few ingredients--self-rising flour, shortening, and milk (sweet and/or butter). A simple, consistent temperature (I prefer 450 degrees). The time is pretty precise--10-13 minutes. The rack placement … Continue reading Mind Your Biscuits
Neal Pollard There is an old episode of Father Knows Best where Bud, the Andersons’ son, has a glowing write up in the local newspaper for his star performance as his High School’s placekicker. Success goes to his head, leading Bud to break the team’s training rules and stay out past 9:00 P.M. His father … Continue reading THE BEAUTY OF PERSONAL INTEGRITY
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
Neal Pollard I love the World War II generation and the enormous impact they have had on our nation! Perhaps no generation has had a greater challenge since them than the one presently coming to maturity. Last night, at Teens In The Word, we asked the teens to describe the religious philosophy of their peers … Continue reading A VISIT TO A TEEN’S RELIGIOUS WORLD
Neal Pollard To borrow the words of our own Mike Bennett, “Excuse me?” An AP story published this morning is so thick with irony it is palpable! Two people were arrested and put in jail on Tuesday in Washington, Pennsylvania. They were two community organizers “with a local Stop the Violence group” and they “severely … Continue reading Why Don’t YOU “Stop The Violence”?