These Two Just Don’t Mix — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

THURSDAY’S COLUMN: “CAPTAIN’S BLOG” Carl Pollard Some things just don’t mix. Milk and orange juice, Auburn and Alabama fans, Coca Cola and Mentos. There is one particular mix that can sometimes be fatal. Blood pressure medicine can be a great thing, but when mixed with Advil/Ibuprofen it can harm your body and even give you […]Continue reading “These Two Just Don’t Mix — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Making Sense Of Grace — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Wednesday’s Column: “Third’s Words” Gary Pollard III Grace is a touchy subject. As with many other words commonly used in religious circles, it has potential to be misused or misunderstood. My hope is that this brief study on grace will shed some light on a confusing subject. First, grace is possible for all men to […]Continue reading “Making Sense Of Grace — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

THE HEART OF JONAH — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

TUESDAY COLUMN: “DALE MAIL” Dale Pollard The book of Jonah is a unique book in the Old Testament. Unlike other prophetic books, God chooses to focus on the prophet himself rather than the message being preached by him. While many lessons can be pulled from this four chapter book, there’s one in particular that we […]Continue reading “THE HEART OF JONAH — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

THE DAILY PLANNER — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

MONDAY COLUMN: “NEAL AT THE CROSS” Neal Pollard It’s the time of year when so many are buying or receiving calendars and planners or using an electronic version of the same. These can be key to organizing our lives, maximizing our time management, and strategizing ways to grow and improve in the future. Good stewardship […]Continue reading “THE DAILY PLANNER — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

“I’m Armed” — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Neal Pollard God’s people around our nation are praying for our brethren at the West Freeway church of Christ outside Fort Worth, Texas. Most congregations I know have long since devised church security solutions, including security cameras, personnel to watch at entrances, and procedures for handling potential threats. In likely every congregation, there are a […]Continue reading ““I’m Armed” — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”