Messages In Bathroom Stalls — BP’s Fuel For Thought

Have you ever read the messages inside the bathroom stalls? They can be, well, interesting to say the least. You could come across everything from jokes and philosophical statements to gang signs and crude remarks. If you have ever had the joyful experience of sitting in a murky, run-down gas station stall, you may have […]Continue reading “Messages In Bathroom Stalls — BP’s Fuel For Thought”

Hypocrisy Illustrated — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Thursday’s Column: Captain’s Blog Carl Pollard In Mark 11:12-14, we read a short and slightly strange account of Christ and his disciples, “On the following day, when they came from Bethany, he was hungry. And seeing in the distance a fig tree in leaf, he went to see if he could find anything on it. […]Continue reading “Hypocrisy Illustrated — The Preacher Pollard Blog”

Using the Internet with Wisdom — Looking at All Things Biblically

There are a lot of folks online, and it has grown almost exponentially since the last part of the 20th century. The number of cell phone and internet users has grown from only a fraction of one percent of the world’s population to over fifty percent in just thirty years. In 1990, the world had 12.5 […]Continue reading “Using the Internet with Wisdom — Looking at All Things Biblically”

Blessings — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard How does Jesus feel about us? He created us, became human, and let us kill Him so He could make a new deal with us (Heb. 9.15-17). Most disregard Him, many are outright hostile. How could He love us at all? Because we know how most view God, it’s […]Continue reading “Blessings — The Preacher Pollard Blog”

The Gripsholm Terror — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Tuesday’s Column: Dale Mail Dale Pollard The Gripsholm Castle, in Sweden, is home to the world’s oldest portrait gallery. This might be of interest to some art enthusiasts, but there’s something else in this castle you’d never forget seeing. Inside of a glass box in Gripsholm’s upper armory, there is an 18th century stuffed lion. […]Continue reading “The Gripsholm Terror — The Preacher Pollard Blog”