They Saved $200, But What Did It Cost Them? — Preacherpollard’s Blog

Neal Pollard I respectfully wade into Kentucky’s most hallowed sport (basketball) because of information passed along by some diehard Wildcat fans in the eastern part of the state. A brother shared with me that Pat Summitt almost became the university’s women’s basketball coach, but they refused to pay her moving expenses–calculated at about $200. Turns […]Continue reading “They Saved $200, But What Did It Cost Them? — Preacherpollard’s Blog”

Marriages Secretly In Trouble — Preacherpollard’s Blog

Neal Pollard Social media has done us no favors, with the temptation it presents to project happiness and perfection while masking the trials and challenges inevitable for such a long-term commitment as marriage is. Not only can we be guilty of misrepresenting our own relationship, but we can unwittingly put pressure on other couples who […]Continue reading “Marriages Secretly In Trouble — Preacherpollard’s Blog”

The $3 Million Dollar Hammer — Preacherpollard’s Blog

Originally posted on Preacherpollard’s Blog: Neal Pollard On November 16, 1992, retired gardener Eric Hawes was asked to help his neighbor, a farmer, find his hammer. Using his metal detector, Hawes found something else instead. He found “15,000 gold and silver coins, gold jewellery and numerous small items of silver tableware, including pepper pots,… via TheContinue reading “The $3 Million Dollar Hammer — Preacherpollard’s Blog”

“Hello, My Name Is Roger Johnson” — Preacherpollard’s Blog

Neal Pollard Yesterday morning, I learned how much of a sense of humor the Lehman Avenue church members have. I prefaced my sermon by sharing a great tip a fellow-preacher passed along to me last week. He told the folks at his new work, “Please introduce yourself by name until I greet you by name […]Continue reading ““Hello, My Name Is Roger Johnson” — Preacherpollard’s Blog”

I FORGIVE YOU… — Preacherpollard’s Blog

Neal Pollard …But I won’t ever treat you the same …But I will make sure you never forget it …But I don’t think you should serve any more …But I will keep my distance from you …But I will tell others about your sin …But I will make you feel like a pariah The very […]Continue reading “I FORGIVE YOU… — Preacherpollard’s Blog”