Neal Pollard The partisan vitriol ramps up whenever subjects like border security and immigration are mentioned. It is a subject as much a part of the political divide as “Russian Collusion,” tax reform, and affordable health care. Let the politically passionate debate all those topics, but did you know Scripture talks about the importance of … Continue reading Build That Wall!
Neal Pollard G. Gordon Liddy once related a bazaar story about a man, jilted by his girlfriend. Apparently, he tried to commit suicide in front of his rival (the girl's new boyfriend). He pointed the pistol at his chin, pulled the trigger, and fully intended to die. However, the bullet somehow ricocheted off his teeth … Continue reading It Didn’t Go Like He Planned
Neal Pollard Joshua and Caleb were positively optimistic. They surveyed the situation and saw the taking of Canaan as a no-lose situation (cf. Num. 14:7-9). But have you stopped to consider what made them so optimistic? When the majority was cursed with a pessimistic spirit, these men saw looming victory. They were optimistic about the … Continue reading OPTIMISM
Neal Pollard That part of each man crafted by God But unseen by mortal observation, That figurative place of our emotions and thinking Helping our spiritual station. A place where we alone can nurture and tend, To work to better or embitter That directs our whole body and life on a path That makes us … Continue reading THE HUMAN HEART (POEM)
Neal Pollard We often point to the wrong place on our bodies when we refer to the heart. Frequently, when we mean the thoughts, the inner self, or the mind, we gesture toward our chests. The more proper place to point is at our heads. That’s where intentions, desires, and purposes originate. Scripture sometimes mentions … Continue reading TURNING HEARTS
Neal Pollard It was such a joy to accompany the BVBII students on campaign to Greensboro, Georgia. Chuck Ramseur, one of our graduates, is doing a great job with Brianna and their four children, and the church was so warm and hospitable. Yet, one of the things I’ll remember the most from this trip was … Continue reading WHAT I SAW WHEN A SISTER SERVED
LEARNING FROM LENINGRAD.
Neal Pollard Anna Reid has written a gripping book chronicling one of the least talked about devastations of World War II. From 1941-1944, the Russian city of Leningrad, along with surrounding villages, were besieged by the German army. Leningrad, being encircled, was cut off by land and water from adequate resupply of food. This created … Continue reading LEARNING FROM LENINGRAD
Neal Pollard An Italian Neuroscientist, Sergio Canavero, announced this week that human head transplants are now possible! I will spare you the gory details except to say it could happen within two years and should involve, in his opinion, someone who has a fully-functioning brain but who suffers from a severe bodily malady like progressive … Continue reading A Head Transplant?!
Neal Pollard This morning while running indoors with Rob Sinclair and Bob Turner, we happened to notice a news story about a woman who just completed 52 half marathons in 52 weeks. That alone is impressive, but then we learned that Aurora De Lucia had open heart surgery in 2010. She was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White, … Continue reading What You Can Do With A New Heart!