Facing The Storm

Neal Pollard Springtime in the plains is a notorious time for storms. I was driving through northwest Texas near the time when three storm chasers were killed southwest of me on Tuesday afternoon. They died pursuing the storm, not directly because of it. They were there because conditions were ripe for tornadoes. 17 people were … Continue reading Facing The Storm

Shipwreck

Neal Pollard The hope of finding survivors on the cargo ship El Faro has severely dwindled, as one of two lifeboats, severely damaged, has been discovered as well as one body.  While the other lifeboat from the ship, with a capacity for 43 persons, has not been found in the ocean waters off the Bahamas, … Continue reading Shipwreck

Blown By Storms

Neal Pollard Yesterday, several of us traveled from Siem Reap out to Tonle Sap Lake to visit two of the graduates from the first class at the International Bible Institute of Siem Reap, one of our Bear Valley extensions.  They live on a raft and operate a water filtration system capable of servicing dozens of … Continue reading Blown By Storms

And The Rain Fell

Neal Pollard You're building your house for life, not a day By all that you do and everything you say But more important than roof or even the walls Is your foundation, for there's coming floods and squalls. Today the sky may be sunny and fair And life may seem easy with no burden or … Continue reading And The Rain Fell