Discipline Yourself For The Purpose Of Godliness

Neal Pollard Two weeks ago today, Wes Autrey and I decided to hold each other accountable for eating better and losing some pounds. The daily check in that accompanies this requires me to pay attention to how much and what I eat and pushes me to make sure I go work out. The single most … Continue reading Discipline Yourself For The Purpose Of Godliness

MOM’S STEWARDSHIP OF CHILDREN

Neal Pollard Feeding schedules, diaper changes, and runaway toddlers seem to consume a mother's world for what seems like forever.  It may seem like an eternal duty, but those days very quickly pass.  What you learn in each new stage of your children's development is that God gives you grace and strength to meet the … Continue reading MOM’S STEWARDSHIP OF CHILDREN

Learning About Worship From Children

Neal Pollard Thom Vaught gave the “elders remarks” last night after the Young Lions participated in their annual program of Scripture reading, song leading, prayer, and preaching. The fourteen first through six graders obviously listened well and learned much. Thom noted how we look at the Christian life as a marathon, but these boys (and … Continue reading Learning About Worship From Children

How To See The Good In Others

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