Thursday's Column: Captain's Blog Carl Pollard I know I’m not old enough to say this, but when I was younger I used to lay in bed at night and try to imagine what God looked like. I would try to put a face to Him, I’d wonder what He was doing, and I would ask … Continue reading Serving the Living God
Neal Pollard God's people around our nation are praying for our brethren at the West Freeway church of Christ outside Fort Worth, Texas. Most congregations I know have long since devised church security solutions, including security cameras, personnel to watch at entrances, and procedures for handling potential threats. In likely every congregation, there are a … Continue reading “I’m Armed”
Neal Pollard I found a treasure in a chest of drawers in my parents’ house this week. It was a Mother’s Day present I gave my mom when I was 8 years old. Actually, it was a project our third-grade teacher helped us put together. It was a recipe book concocted by us students without … Continue reading We Can Only Share What We Know
Neal Pollard It was such a treat to be among the hearty, faithful Christian men of central Wyoming and the Bighorn Basin. By Bible-belt comparison, they come from small congregations. But their passion and desire to grow the church is humongous. Near the end of their men’s retreat, they divided into groups to discuss the … Continue reading What It Takes To Grow The Church In Our Culture
Neal Pollard Here are the rules: Don’t use any resources to look up these answers. This is a quiz to test your knowledge. What is Mark Zuckerberg best known for co-founding? How many regular season games are there in an NFL, MLB, and NBA season? What is the name of Apple’s media library, media player, … Continue reading Ready For A Trivia Quiz?
Neal PollardOne of the last great periods of spiritual revival in Judah's history before Babylonian Captivity occurred during the reign of Jehoshaphat. This king is praised for seeking God, following His commandments, and not acting like Israel (2 Ch. 17:3-4). Jehoshaphat was greatly blessed by these decisions, he took pride in the Lord's ways and … Continue reading Jehoshaphat’s People
Neal Pollard • He Is Omniscient, Yet Optimistic (Jer. 26:3). • He Knows Us Better Than We Know Ourselves And Still Is Not Willing That Any Should Perish (2 Pet. 3:9). • He Sees Our Stingy Tendencies, But He Still Gives Freely(Rom. 8:32; Eph 1:6). • He Knows We Can Be Faithless, But He Is Still … Continue reading SOME GREAT TRUTHS ABOUT GOD
Neal Pollard The food items above have one sure thing in common--they are all items I cannot even choke down. Each of them are undesirable to me for different reasons, but they are all checked off in my gross column. You may love them all, and if so, in the words of the great philosopher … Continue reading CORN DOGS, SAUERKRAUT, AND COTTAGE CHEESE