We Can Only Share What We Know 

Neal Pollard I found a treasure in a chest of drawers in my parents’ house this week. It was a Mother’s Day present I gave my mom when I was 8 years old. Actually, it was a project our third-grade teacher helped us put together. It was a recipe book concocted by us students without … Continue reading We Can Only Share What We Know 

Singing With The Understanding: “Beneath The Cross Of Jesus”

Neal Pollard Most of us have favorite songs and hymns. My favorite category of hymns is songs about the cross. I love the somber, dramatic feel of Beneath the Cross of Jesus, a hymn penned right after the close of the Civil War by Elizabeth C. Clephane and one set to the music we sing with … Continue reading Singing With The Understanding: “Beneath The Cross Of Jesus”

Remember I Am Dust (Poem)

Neal Pollard I read the words of David today They were so full of hope and trust They spoke of God’s merciful way That He is mindful we’re but dust. He knows that transgressions we commit That His forgiveness is a must His lovingkindness He gives those who try to quit Because He knows that … Continue reading Remember I Am Dust (Poem)

KNOWING GOD THROUGH THE BIBLE

Neal Pollard The tendency to try and make subjective experience as more meaningful and valuable than objective truth is age old. We would rather feel something than learn or obey something. Yet, notice how thoroughly the Bible shows that adequate knowledge of God relies upon studying and knowing the Bible. • GENESIS (24:12-14)--God's KINDNESS is … Continue reading KNOWING GOD THROUGH THE BIBLE

“I THINK I UNDERSTAND”

Neal Pollard As part of the personal evangelism class I just taught in Cambodia, I had the students engage in role-playing for a couple of days.  It was wonderful and memorable.  Some of the students are brand new Christians and have no experience doing personal work.  All of them got into it wholeheartedly. Perhaps the … Continue reading “I THINK I UNDERSTAND”