Neal Pollard Some just can't! They assume bad motives, intentions, and behaviors in others. They like to predict failure and disaster. Some take that attitude toward people, including Christians. "They won't last!" "They can't cut it as a deacon/elder." "He won't ever be a good preacher!" "They just want the praise of men." Think about … Continue reading How To See The Good In Others
Neal Pollard The inimitable historian, David McCullough, has churned out another masterpiece in his new book, The Wright Brothers. Chronicling their lives before, on, and after that famous December day in 1903 in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, McCullough, in his unique way, peels back the layers of the people who made the history. One particular … Continue reading What Does God See In You?
Neal Pollard American born painter, James Whistler, was as controversial as he was competent. The artist best known for Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1 (or, Whistler’s Mother), the famous painting depicting an aging woman in side profile wearing a bonnet, was as known for his arrogance and egotism (Peters, Lisa N. James McNeill … Continue reading “Not Yet, Not Yet”
Neal Pollard Being a Rockies' fan has its ups and downs—historically, there have been more downs than ups, I'm afraid. Being no-hit last night by Dodger's pitcher Clayton Kershaw was pretty low! While it was only the third time in franchise history that no Rockies' hitter got a hit in an official baseball game, there … Continue reading Where’s Greg Reynolds Today?
Neal Pollard How often does the college application process for a single student make the front page of a national paper like USA Today? It happened on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. The feature centered around the academic ambitions of a Shirley, New York, Senior, whose academic future would seem secure and assumably provided for. … Continue reading The Truly Amazing Kwasi Enin