Outside Time  — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Friday’s Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard Our Creator is eternal. Hence, he has and will always exist. Having no beginning, He will never have an end. It hurts our feeble brains to try and comprehend this truth, but we accept it, seeing it with an “eye of faith.” Time is a concept held only by […]Continue reading “Outside Time  — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Guard Duty — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog ‘ Carl Pollard What does it mean to “guard our hearts?” The word “guard” means to watch over in order to protect and control. So we’re supposed to protect our hearts…but not the physical heart. This isn’t an article on cholesterol, so what do we mean by heart? Scripture uses the […]Continue reading “Guard Duty — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Encouragement — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard How important is encouragement? Winston Churchill understood its importance. It kept the morale of Great Britain high enough to not only survive the Blitzkrieg, but also link together as a country to defeat the Axis Powers. Hitler understood its importance – with it (by way of propaganda) he brought […]Continue reading “Encouragement — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

The Tie That Binds  — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard When it comes to the families that make up the church, what ties us together is a common bright future. While every family has it’s differences, one constant remains— the church. All strive to follow those guidelines laid out in Scripture. Paul says in Philippians 1:6, “And I’m SURE […]Continue reading “The Tie That Binds  — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

JETHRO — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard Jethro is one of my favorite Old Testament people. His efforts in Exodus 18 seem to be what he’s remembered most for. Yet, he is quite an impressive person from the time we meet him in the beginning of the book of Exodus. Jethro was an appreciative […]Continue reading “JETHRO — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

Participating in God’s Mission (Part I) — Gospel Traveler

Now more than ever, we need individuals in the Church who are willing to participate in God’s mission – to redeem mankind. I cannot tell you how many times I have heard these quotes said by members of the Church: “If only people had the gospel, the world would be a much better place.” “The […]Continue reading “Participating in God’s Mission (Part I) — Gospel Traveler”

The Virtue of an Investigative Mindset  — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Friday’s Column: Supplemental Strength Brent Pollard Socrates famously said, “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” Obviously, Socrates did not say that one cannot learn since that would sabotage his career as a teacher and philosopher. Instead, Socrates meant one could not take what he believes for granted, understanding that his “knowledge” […]Continue reading “The Virtue of an Investigative Mindset  — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”

One Of The Hardest Disciplines To Master — Preachers Pollard’s Blog

Bulletin Article For Lehman Avenue (7/26/20) Neal Pollard Friendships, businesses, marriages, organizations, and churches all suffer when this fails. There are many more ways to do it wrong than right. But, it is the lifeline of every important relationship, from God to mankind to the smallest child. Here are some suggestions that can help us […]Continue reading “One Of The Hardest Disciplines To Master — Preachers Pollard’s Blog”