“WHO’S IN CONTROL?”

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard The employees complained that they couldn’t control the temperature in office buildings. A simple and effective solution was set in place by corporate when they secretly placed dummy thermostats in the work area. They were then able to give all  the unsuspecting workers the illusion that they were in controlContinue reading ““WHO’S IN CONTROL?””

Do You Focus On Your Strengths Or Weaknesses?

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard My wife, my parents, and I took a personality test tonight just for kicks. It was a simplified test, nothing too in-depth, but was very entertaining and insightful. There were two sections to the test: one with a row of strengths under four different personalities and another with aContinue reading “Do You Focus On Your Strengths Or Weaknesses?”

Walking with God In a Fallen World

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard God’s desire from the very beginning of creation was to walk with man. Scripture tells us that He would walk in the garden in the cool of the day (Gen. 3:8). This was all undone when sin entered the world and created a chasm between God and mankind. TheContinue reading “Walking with God In a Fallen World”

Who Is God to Me? (Psa. 46:1-2)

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard We are obsessed with our phones. A new study has found, that the heaviest smartphone users click, tap or swipe on their phone 5,427 times a day. Now that’s the top 10 percent of users, so we would expect it to be high, but even the average smartphone usersContinue reading “Who Is God to Me? (Psa. 46:1-2)”

David’s Prayer In the Cave (Psalm 142)

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard It was in one of the lowest points in his life that David finds himself hiding in a cave praying to God. He says, “With my voice I cry out to the Lord; with my voice I plead for mercy to the Lord” (Psa.‬ ‭142:1‬). David describes the circumstancesContinue reading “David’s Prayer In the Cave (Psalm 142)”

A Bat’s Worst Nightmare

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard I’m gonna be honest. I am not a fan of winter. It’s cold, snow is terrible, It’s freezing, and I hate snow. The worst thing about winter is that It gets dark at like 3 pm. In the summer you have these nice long, warm days but In theContinue reading “A Bat’s Worst Nightmare”

“High Carb Diet”

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard We all love a good piece of bread. Whether it’s garlic bread, cheesy bread, or just plain bread, everyone loves it. Bread is the greatest invention of all time, maybe ever (can you tell I wrote this before lunch?). Jesus is described as being our spiritual bread. In JohnContinue reading ““High Carb Diet””

Two Important Ways Water Is Found In the Bible

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard The longest anyone has ever gone without air is 22 minutes. The longest anyone has ever gone without food is 74 days. But when it comes to water, our bodies can only last so long without it. Water is one of the most essential parts of the human body.Continue reading “Two Important Ways Water Is Found In the Bible”

“Heartaches”

Tuesday’s Column: “Dale Mail” Dale Pollard Have you ever been in such emotional pain that your heart felt like it was literally aching? The worst pain in this life is not always physical. Often times it’s the emotional pain of saying “good bye” that can drive us to our knees. It can make us lashContinue reading ““Heartaches””

Be Dependable!

Neal Pollard One of the hamstrings of most every church is a lack of dependable Christians. When Christians do show themselves undependable, they contribute so much to a church—much frustration, disappointment, and friction. We should all be dependable. You probably know little about Shelemiah, Zadok, Pedaiah and Hanon.  Little is said about them. But listenContinue reading “Be Dependable!”