Neal Pollard I suppose I have met more than a few elderly people, including some professing to be Christians, who could be described as “crusty,” “crotchety,” “contrary,” and “curmudgeonly.” These no doubt spent decades developing such a winning personality. But one of the greatest blessings I have received as a member of the church and … Continue reading The Tender Tears Of The Timeworn Travelers
Neal Pollard There was an old joke or riddle that went, “Have you stopped beating your wife yet?” How would a man respond? If he said “no,” it was tantamount to confessing to being a wife beater. If he said “yes,” it suggested that he was a former wife-beater. Either way, the conundrum had him … Continue reading WISDOM IS VINDICATED BY ALL HER CHILDREN
Neal Pollard A seat in coach may look fine until you see the people in first class with their seats that lay flat, who get chef-catered meals, and the like. That cell phone is adequate, but then you see the newest, smartest one on the market. It can be the difference between the GM … Continue reading Have You Upgraded?
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!