Neal Pollard Oh the stories that song leaders and preachers could tell! Often, when we sing such standbys as “I Love To Tell The Story,” “Rejoice In The Lord,” or “When We All Get To Heaven,” we do so with little visible enthusiasm or apparent joy. If we sing devotional songs like “Thank You, Lord,” … Continue reading IF YOU’RE HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT, YOUR FACE WILL SURELY SHOW IT!
Neal Pollard"Where was God when my child was killed by a drunk driver?" "I'll never forgive brother Jones for that time he... He's a big hypocrite!" "It's not fair what they did to me. I hope they get theirs!" Persons raising clenched fists or pointed fingers and growling through gritting teeth epitomize that common, though … Continue reading Overcoming Bitterness
Neal Pollard Occasionally, a Christian who has fallen away and is approached by a concerned elder, preacher, or other Christian will respond by saying the people at church were cold, unfriendly, or unwelcoming. They complain that they get the “cold shoulder” from the folks in the congregation. Could most of us try harder to reach out … Continue reading Warming Up The Cold Shoulder